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November

Newsletter

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Woodland Ways mission:

 

Education for sustainable development through local action and global awareness.

 

Discover our educational policy and vision here

Check out our volunteer page, you can

help change the landscape too!

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news

 

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main news page.

Equality and inclusion at Woodland Ways

Equality and Diversity

at Woodland Ways

 

Diversity and inclusion statement

 

We value the range of different people in Moreton Hall, the part of Bury St Edmunds in which Woodland Ways is active, but recognise some people can be disadvantaged and discriminated against as a member or as a service user.

 

We are committed to developing  policies to tackle inequality and exclusion, by ensuring services are accessible and our practices fair.

 

We want to make sure people are not discriminated against for any reason, including their disability, gender, race, colour, ethnic origin, religion, faith, beliefs, culture, nationality, age, sexuality, family circumstances, socio-economic status.

 

This list is not complete and there are other forms of discrimination, which we will not tolerate.

 

We will not tolerate discrimination of any kind.

 

Social inclusion is about enabling people to take part in society on equal terms with others.

 

This can be achieved in a number of ways and could mean improving a person’s access to Woodland Ways’ activities and services.

 

To read more download or view our document in the next column...

Free software to access

our documents

Equality & Diversity

@ Woodland Ways

 

Compiled by our trustees and volunteers to help ensure our visitors, volunteers and

woodland users are drawn from the widest community possible.

 

Download here...(.pdf)