War Child values diversity and inclusion and seeks to ensure there are no discriminatory cultures or practices in our places of work. We also aim to take positive steps to support all our staff, trustees, volunteers and partners from groups that are or have been disadvantaged. We know that many groups suffer disadvantages because of discrimination. We aim to be a positive force as society at large challenges prejudice and discrimination and aims to achieve equality and respect for all.
- Outlines War Child’s commitment to ensuring equality of opportunity and fair and accessible treatment for staff, volunteers and trustees, free from any form of prejudice or discrimination.
- Details our commitment to diversity across all our staff, volunteers, trustees, and others working with War Child, in recognition of the benefits that diversity brings.
- Details our commitment to creating a safe and inclusive working environment, where all colleagues, especially those that are currently marginalised, underrepresented, or from a minority background can be themselves at work.
- Provides guidance on anti-discriminatory practice and creates an environment in which diversity and inclusion are actively supported and encouraged.
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