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Equality and Diversity. Why be satisfied by a stereotype – be curious. Is it okay to demand respect, if you’re going to give it. Barriers are worse in anticipation than in reality. Accessible services are better services. Who are the ‘normal’ people?. Equality and Diversity.

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Equality and Diversity

Why be satisfied by a stereotype – be curious.

Is it okay to demand respect, if you’re going to give it.

Barriers are worse in anticipation than in reality.

Accessible services are better services.

Who are the ‘normal’ people?

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Equality and Diversity

  • 1. Equality – everyone having equal access to …….
  • Diversity – everyone having choice between …..
  • Diversity leads to plurality and equality from diversity leads to conflict through cost and competing priorities.
  • Costs
  • Legislation
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Equality and Diversity

Allies: Trade Unions

Design champions!

PEAT (patient, environment, action, teams)

LSPs (but need development)

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Equality and Diversity

  • Barriers
  • Tick box culture – translate policy ---- action
  • Cost (lack £ --- take account of needs)
  • Overloading certain ‘representative’ groups
  • Fear
  • BME “Homogenous’ group
  • ‘Sell’
  • EPP
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Equality and Diversity

1. Equality – often seen as part of the law to be enforced.

Equality of service

- financial

- service provision

- outcomes

Targets prevent equality of service by concentrating on

single issues.

Pro-active role in improving race relations.

Language

Culture

Size of population

Stereotyping

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Equality and Diversity

Legislation can drive the equality agenda whereas there is no legal driver to promote true diversity – that’s why we need your allies.

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Equality and Diversity

Significant issues for participants

Legislation driven equality  driver for diversity

Legislation can be positive

Make ‘benefits’ relevant (eg do not send out forms if 25% of ‘your’ population won’t/can’t read.

Demand management/Diversity delivers

Language – equity – need to adapt – vs equality

Respect – mutual /relationship

Action, not words – How translate into doing

Making ‘difference’ normal – part of daily dialogue – part of culture

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Equality and Diversity

Health outcomes – equity?

HI Assessments/ reducing health inequality (recognising them)

N.B. Assumptions re mortality/life expectancy especially if you have a disability

Dignified ‘death’/bereavement care

Influence of service users

Importance of context/ localising relevance

‘Invisible’ disability – impact of (hidden)

How do we ‘design in’ inclusivity?

Offenders also marginalised groups