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Equality, Diversity & Human Rights Policy
Equality, Diversity & Human Rights Policy Statement
Rochdale and District Mind is committed to providing an environment that promotes equality of opportunity for all colleagues and users of its services and avoiding unlawful discrimination. This Policy is intended to assist putting this commitment into practice. The promotion of diversity and the genuine equality of opportunity for all are central to ensuring fair employment and high quality service provision. In pursuing this, Rochdale and District Mind will ensure that in the development and use of employment procedures and practices, service planning and delivery, no person or group of people will suffer detrimentally in recruitment, promotion and dismissal; in the access to training facilities, services or other benefits, will endure discriminatory behavior in their everyday work, or when they are in receipt of services from Rochdale and District Mind. Rochdale and District Mind is also committed to ensuring that its work environment and service provision is free of harassment and bullying and that everyone is treated with dignity and respect. In the provision of services and employment, Rochdale and District Mind is fully committed to the delivery of equality of opportunity and equality of outcome for service users and colleagues from each of the local protected characteristic groups within the defined area of benefit as identified under the Equality Act 2010. Rochdale and District Mind is determined to achieve this by ensuring that Equality Diversity and Human Rights (EDHR) are fully embedded within all activity of the organisation through policy, practice and within its work with external partners.