Equality and Diversity
County Council is committed to equality of opportunity for all
citizens and celebrates the diversity of all its residents.
This is treating people fairly. The law seeks to prevent and
eliminate unlawful discrimination for people who have one or more
of the following protected characteristics. These areas are age,
disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership,
pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual
This means “variety”. Valuing diversity means valuing people and
recognising that everyone is unique/different but of equal worth.
This is treating a person, without a justification, less favourably
than another, particularly because of one’s feelings, assumptions
or prejudices about the characteristics, attributes or
circumstances of that person. This can include certain forms of
harassment or abuse.
Our Council's Approach to Equality and Diversity
This includes information and details about Our Council's leadership, the work we do and
the standards that guide us.
To find out more about the Equality and Diversity please contact
Sandy Bannister, the Equality and Diversity Manager
on 01905 766225 or email the Equality and Diversity
- Equality and Human Rights
Works to eliminate discrimination, reduce inequality, protect human
rights and to build good relations, ensuring that everyone has a
fair chance to participate in society.
- Plain English
A website of an organisation who have been fighting for
crystal-clear communication since 1979.
Worcestershire Racial Equality Council (WREC)
The WREC assists people who believe they have been discriminated
against, or who experience difficulty in using mainstream services
because of language and cultural differences.
- BBC Interfaith
Interfaith holy days and festivals Calendar.
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This page was last reviewed 4 April 2014 at 15:39.
The page is next due for review 1 October 2015.