The Equality Act 2006 states it is a lawful requirement for all public authorities to promote equality in their policies, guidelines and practices, thus having an impact on other organisations meeting their legal duties when working with one another, to promote equality whilst also doing so themselves.
All individuals have the right to be treated with respect and dignity, as everyone is an individual with different needs, abilities and experiences. As a Youth Worker in Charge I practice and promote Inclusion, Equality and Diversity for all by implementing my own responsibilities as a worker in charge by carrying out constructive and effective individual and group work with young people, which involves promoting
•Diversity and value the differences in people by providing a safe, welcoming and inclusive workplace culture, where individuals are valued, respected and listened to. •Equality of opportunity to access and benefit from professional and personal development activities. •Support and guidance on challenging discrimination, prejudice, bullying, harassment or victimisation •A range of friendly and flexible working practices that are accessible to all staff regardless of their sexual orientation, race, gender, gender identity, disability, age, religion or belief, community background.
During the PTLLS course enrolment forms, discussions, assessments and individual learning plans ensure that no pupil is disadvantaged or subjected to unfair discrimination on any grounds in relation to accessing appropriate methods and resources. Diversity monitoring and data collection also helps us to identify areas that may...