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Equality Diversity

Equality & Diversity

Statement on Equality and Diversity

We are a diverse college that respects and celebrates differences in race, disability, gender, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, faith and religious beliefs, background or personal circumstance. We want everyone to feel valued and included in the college community and to achieve their full potential.

All forms of prejudice and discrimination are unacceptable, and we expect anyone who is upset by thoughtless comments or jokes, or experiences any form of discrimination or harassment to tell us.

This means the College is a place where ALL students and staff, whatever their circumstances or background:

  • are fully respected
  • feel welcomed
  • are treated in a friendly way
  • have equality of opportunity
  • have appropriate support

This site aims to:

  • provide you with useful information and links for all diversity and equal opportunity matters
  • be a useful resource to help you gain a better understanding of equality and diversity
  • keep you updated on College activities and upcoming events
  • provide information on how you can become involved
  • tell you what the law says along with your rights and responsibilities.
  • tell you how to report any discrimination or harassment.

Have your say...

Send your views and suggestions on all equality and diversity matters for staff matters to Jacki Hughes, Principal & CEO on 01483 44 85 01 or jhughes@guildford.ac.uk.

For student matters, please contact 01483 44 85 85 or info@guildford.ac.uk 

We hope that by looking through this site you will have a better understanding of what equality and diversity is all about.


Documents

ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service)

Religion or Belief in the Workplace

Sexual Orientation at Work


AoC (Association of Colleges)

Equality In Employment Joint Agreement on Guidance

Preparing Equality Objectives Factsheet

Religious and Events Calendar


EHRC (Equality and Human Rights Commission)

Code of Practice for Public Bodies - 2011

How to make sure everyone is treated fairly at work

How to make sure everyone is treated fairly when they use services or belong to clubs and groups

Ours to Own - Your Human Rights

Transgender and Work - Your rights in employment and vocational training

What equality law means for you as a student in Further or Higher Education

Young People - Know your rights to fair treatment


Equality Challenge Unit

Trans Staff Experience - IT Manager

Trans Staff Experience - Teacher

Trans Student Experience - Student


General

Equality and Diversity and Dignity at Work Policy

Equality and Diversity Forum - Terms of Reference

Prevention of Bullying and Harassment Policy