It’s the only way forward to achieve our vision of a happier and more hopeful life for everyone in our communities.
It’s essential that our services are fair, accessible, flexible, and give choice, where appropriate.
We feel the pain, and hear the outrage, of all those facing injustice. And we have a responsibility to speak out and take action.
We published our anti-racist statement and our transgender and non-binary statement, to reinforce our zero tolerance approach to discrimination with no room for neutrality.
We also want to recruit and retain creative and committed staff from all of the diverse communities we serve, to better represent our footprint.
We’re beyond proud that our staff are from 109 countries. We also have a number of staff networks, including a Race Equality Network, LGBTQ+ Network and Positive Ability Network, to challenge us and help us constantly improve.
Click the links to read more about our work to be inclusive, and how we measure how we’re doing: