assess the effects on those
using the service of three
different discriminatorypractices in health and social
M2 assess the influence of a
D1recent national policy initiativepromotinganti-discriminatorypractice
evaluate the success of a
M2 - Assess the influence of a recent national policy initiativepromotinganti-discriminatorypractice
The Human Rights Act applies to everyone within the country as it makes sure everyone is treated the same but it could be in different ways. This act allows students to have freedom of thought...
M2,D1 Unit 2 Equality diversity and rights in health and social care M2 Assess the influence of a recent national policy initiativepromotingantidiscriminatorypracticeD1Evaluate the success of a recentinitiative in promotinganti-discriminatorypractice In this criterion there will be...
M2 – Assess the influence of a recent national policy initiativepromotinganti-discriminatorypractice.
D1 – Evaluate the success of a recentinitiative in promotinganti-discriminatorypractice.
To achieve M2 and D1 you...
influence of a recent national policy initiativepromotinganti-discriminatorypractice (M2)
* A discussion of the difficulties that may arise when implementing anti-discriminatorypractice in health and social care settings (M3)
* An evaluation of the success of the recentinitiative in...
in health and social care
3. Understand how national initiatives promote anti-discriminatorypractice in health and social care
4. Understand how anti-discriminatorypractice is promoted in health and social care settings
Unit 2: Equality, Diversity and Rights in...
to improved health, reduced health inequalities, increased social inclusion and raise achievement for all.
B1: Evaluate how the recentinitiative supports practice within early years settings:
The Healthy Schools Programme expects schools to improve the learning environment by...
practice in health and social care settings. Then I am going to evaluate the success of a recentinitiative in promotinganti-discriminatorypractice.
I am going to write about 4 legislations, these are the Sex Discrimination Act 1975, the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995, the Human Rights Act...
imprison you for no reason e.g. if you are convicted to crime. The right to a fair trial the right to respect civil partnerships and the right to respect for private and family life
An evaluation of the success of this national initiative in promotinganti-discriminatorypractice _
behave towards one another.
M2- Assess the influence of a recent national policy initiativepromotinganti-discriminatorypractice.
The main influence I think in the health and social care system is the equality act 2010, this act helps preventing discrimination in Great Britain and promoted anti...
is too narrow and focused only on the short
term. Far-reaching changes in social norms
and practices are possible if there is sufficient
political leadership, community engagement,
programme direction, and international
solidarity. In recent years, the attitudes,
trying to move them on.
E11 Show an understanding of anti-discriminatory/ anti- bias practice
We work in an anti-discriminatory and anti-bias environment where everyone is included and have equal opportunities. Playworkers come from a diversity of backgrounds and bring a lot of culture and...
representative from a BME community in the English football league at any level (Horne, 1996). Since the identification of racism being a primary factor for discouraging participation there has been a progression. The introduction of initiatives such anti-racism campaigns has been a success in...
and merit criteria, the
learner is able to:
effectiveness of the
media in health
P5 explain ethical issues
involved in the health
D2 analyse the success
and impact of a health
observe non-discriminatory policies for the hiring, treatment, and pay of all employees.
Some companies are also now more aware of the economic and social benefits of being active in local communities by sponsoring events and encouraging employees to serve on civic committees. Businesses will...
1. implementing organisational accountability/development 2. diversity training 3. resource development and provision 4. serving as sites for positive inter-group contact 5. serving as ‘role models’ in anti-discrimination and pro-diversity practice for other organisations. Key principles of...
selection process, dealing with common forms of discriminatory questioning and methods of discarding candidates, and with ways through which to develop objective person specifications. This approach could be adapted to other areas of the health sector. Some recentinitiatives on widening access to...