How does the CARE Act relate to equality and diversity?
Promoting equality and respecting diversity help to ensure that people are valued and have the same access to all opportunities whatever their differences. The Act also provides protection for individuals who experience discrimination by association with someone who has a protected characteristic.
How do you promote equality and diversity in the workplace?
Understanding Equality And Diversity In The Workplace
- Create a culture of fairness and inclusion.
- Offer all staff appropriate diversity and inclusion training.
- Identify and prevent unconscious biases.
- Make sure you’re compliant.
- Be aware of indirect discrimination.
- Diversity and equality in the recruitment process.
- Send a clear message.
How inclusive practice promotes equality and diversity?
Inclusive practice promotes equality and supports diversity in a health and social care environment when staff is doing an activity such as a musical activity that include all individuals from all backgrounds, races, ethnicities, and ages. For that reason it supports diversity as it includes all the individuals.
What is meant by diversity in a care setting?
Equality means ensuring everyone in your setting has equal opportunities, regardless of their abilities, their background or their lifestyle. Diversity means appreciating the differences between people and treating people’s values, beliefs, cultures and lifestyles with respect.
What is the legislation that covers equality and diversity?
The main pieces of legislation which apply to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion are the Equality Act 2010 and The Human Rights Act 1998. Some of the older laws such as the Disability Discrimination Act can still be relevant, although generally the Equality Act includes and updates most of the older legislation.
How do you promote inclusive practice?
To promote inclusion in schools, here are some strategies to put into practice.
- Excellence in teaching and learning.
- Promote A Positive Learning Climate.
- Embrace Students’ Diversity.
- Encourage Student Interactions.
What are inclusive strategies?
Inclusive strategies enable a learner with disabilities to participate in learning experiences on the same basis as a learner without disabilities. This is achieved by making adjustments to the delivery or mode of assessment, without changing the way the assessment is judged or marked.
What is inclusive practice?
Inclusive practice is an approach to teaching that recognises the diversity of students, enabling all students to access course content, fully participate in learning activities and demonstrate their knowledge and strengths at assessment.