1.1 Explain what is meant by:
Diversity is recognising that though people may have things in common, they are all different in many ways. Diversity is valuing and accepting those differences Equality is treating everyone in a way that is fairly to them. Not to be confused with treating everybody exactly the same. (e.g. if a person with difficulty walking wanted get to the second floor, you would provide them with other ways, rather than making them take the stairs like everybody else) Inclusion is based upon the idea of allowing everyone equal access to a service regardless of gender, disability, religion etc. Discrimination is generally treating someone worse/better than others based on something like skin colour or hair colour, etc. -
1.2 Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting There are different types of discrimination; these include indirect discrimination, positive discrimination, racial discrimination, and stereotypes. Discrimination may not always be deliberate. Ways you could discriminate is talking to someone different because they’re from a different ethnicity, you could change your body language toward certain people, you could refrain from letting them join in an activity, etc. -
1.3 Explain how practices that support equality and inclusion reduce the likelihood of discrimination If a setting is treating people as an equal and supporting people’s diversity, and including them in activities etc. you will be reducing the likelihood of discrimination. -
Identify which legislation and codes of practice relating to equality, diversity and discrimination apply to own role. There are various pieces of legislation in place to promote equality and reduce discrimination. These include: There are a variety of legislations and codes of practice that relate to equality, diversity and discrimination. All apply to own job role....
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