When we talk about equal opportunity and diversity in the British Council, we focus on 7 main areas; age, disability, ethnicity/race, gender, religion/belief, sexual orientation, work-life balance.
We believe the best way to manage diversity is to ensure that it is built into all processes and functions, considered as part of all policy decisions, and present in the planning of all programmes from start to finish. This is what we mean by mainstreaming diversity. To help us mainstream diversity we have a number of documents that outline our commitment to equality and diversity. They are our:
Our Diversity Strategy Action Plan and Annual Report
Our Diversity Strategy Action Plan and Annual Report show our priorities and the progress we have made over the past 12-18 months against our 3 diversity strategy objectives which are Developing Capability and Leadership, Fostering Inclusion and Performance, Impact and Legal Compliance.Diversity Strategy Report 2011
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