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4. Equality and Social Justice for All

Down to Basics

People are just that… people; with the same basic human survival needs. There is too much emphasis on differences yet people have a lot in common irrespective of visible or invisible dimensions of diversity. Inequalities will persist as long as focus remains on what makes… Read More »Down to Basics

working together

Covid has brought existing inequalities to the fore and we must remember this moving forward. All people working in the sector concerned about equalities need to work together more.


Having intregrated committees in place in all communities if possible comprising of young old black BME and white/irish/english/Welsh /scottish so every culture creed and age have a representative on thier local community board

Equality Partnerships and Action on Equalities everywhere

COVID has disproportionately affected our BAME communities, learning disability communities, deprived neighbourhoods, etc. We need to create Equality Partnerships everywhere and focus on addressing the social, economic and health inequalities that are widening within all of our communities.

Focus on inequalities

The VCFSE has the capacity to represent and provide a voice for groups experiencing multiple disadvantage