Equality and Inclusion
1.1 Explain what it is meant by diversity? Equality? Inclusion? Diversity is about difference, and the value of diversity is the richness and variety that different people bring to society. Equality is the state of being equal, especially in status, rights, or opportunities. Inclusion is an action or state of including or of being included within a group or structure.
1.2. Describe potential effects of discrimination
Refused access to society, services, employment or education because of discrimination, racial discrimination has some very famous examples such as the apartheid regime in South Africa and the segregation laws in the southern states of America. Necessary support may not be available, and some employers may not employ people with a disability as they may not want to or be prepared to make adjustments necessary to enable someone to work.
1.3. How does inclusive practice promote equality and support diversity? It is important to treat people differently In order to meet their needs or requirements. It is important not stereotype people, it is hard to do that because of the contribution that television shows/programs and media. Labeling is another thing that needs be looked at more closely as its slightly more complex the stereotyping, and happens when someone thinks the factors which people have in common is more important, therefore it is important that, some people may have a lot of things in common, but to still treat them differently.
2.1. Which legislations and codes of practice relate to discrimination, Equality and diversity?
2.2. How do you interact with individuals that have different beliefs, culture, values and individual preferences? Give examples Find out how they communicate and what the best way is
Treat each person individually
Speaking to someone in an appropriate way
Making sure that the person has a right to choices and...
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