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Developing a more just society

 Work to eliminate -

Violence against women, honour-based violence, forced marriage, female genital mutilation

Violent extremism

Inequalities in health and
education

 

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Best practice in equalities

The legal framework - gender equality, racism, religious hatred, homophobia, age discrimination

 

Beyond the legal framework - change organisational culture, champion the business case for diversity, combat.

 

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Engaging with communities

 Consult, involve and empower people from diverse social, religious and ethnic backgrounds, different age groups, women and men, sexual orientation, people with disabilities

Develop and maintain multi-agency initiatives and partnerships

Run multi-cultural, multi-faith and multi-lingual  community meetings and focus groups

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Eliminating forced marriage and honour-based violence


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Human rights and gender equality


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From Magna Carta to the United Nations Charter


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Championing a multi-faith society: religious values and secular principles


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Community access to statutory services


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Promoting international understanding and solidarity


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Mentoring for Diversity


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Developing creativity and self-expression


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 Open dialogue workshops


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Equality in Diversity ...

... is an independent management, research, advocacy and training consultancy. We are based in the thriving, cosmopolitan town of Luton, in the United Kingdom, with links across all communities.

 

  

 Building a more just society

  

Best pracice in equalities

 

Engaging with communities

 

   

A NOTE FROM THE EDITOR


The way a society treats refugees is a mark of its civilisation ...



A society which is strong, confident and maintains high ethical standards will welcome refugees. It is a mark of our humanity. Any of us could become a refugee. Europeans and Americans are lucky that it is not a coice we are forced to make.


It is even in our self-interest. Nobody is more committed to a country or more determined to make a success of their life than someone who has made a new home in a new country. The Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe and their descendents have made an invaluable contribution to the UK, Europe and the USA. Who can tell what potential is hidden among the refugees from Syria today?