Diversity and Equality
This section is aimed at giving both employers and students and graduates links to Diversity and Equality issues:
- Age - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/age
- Disability - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/disability
- Ex-offenders - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/offenders
- Gender - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/gender
- Mental health - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/mentalhealth
- Political and ethical issues - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/political
- Race - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/race
- Refugees and asylum seekers - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/refugee
- Religion and belief - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/religion
- Sexual orientation - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/gay
- Social and class issues - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/social
- Transsexual and transgender issues - www.prospects.ac.uk/links/transsexual
Free Handbook for Businesses
Have you downloaded your free copy of the Diversity Means Business handbook yet? It is straightforward and practical. The guidance was written especially for businesses with case studies and relevant extracts from legislation. Go to www.diversitymeansbusiness.org.uk for your free copy.
Are you interested in public sector contracts? This potential market is becoming increasingly demanding about equality and diversity practises amongst sub-contractors. The Diversity Means Business handbook will help you meet tender specifications. It covers customer service alongside recruitment and retention. Training is also available.
Notes for Editors.
1. The Diversity Means Business project, led by Portsmouth City Council, was funded by the European Social Fund and the South East England Development Agency. The handbooks and training modules were especially designed to promote equality and diversity in the workplace for business. There are 13 training modules and an action planning workshop that have been hugely successful and consistently well received by the private sector. While the three year project has concluded, the material and modules still offer a valuable and current resource for business.
2. For more information, contact: Penny Melville-Brown 01329 841814 or firstname.lastname@example.org.