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Find helpful downloads and resources to give you the tools to combat discrimination at home, at work and in public.

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Feel free to download and use the documents below to help keep discrimination out of our workplaces, public spaces and community.

Type Document Name Category
168KB
SAVERA_What_are_Harmful_Practices_Factsheet_2020_v4 (3)

This is a very useful factsheet on Harmful Practices from Savara UK 

Factsheet

78KB
OPEN LETTER TO ALL ORGANISED CONGREGATIONAL WORSHIP DURING RAMADAN (5)

Factsheet

364KB
From Protest to Positive Action in 2020-21 (1)

The work of EQuIP following the death of George Floyd

Report

160KB
James Shera awarded Honorary Doctorate - 16.3.21

The Equality and Inclusion Partnership (EQuIP) is delighted with the news that its Chair, Dr James Shera MBE, has been awarded an honorary doctorate by Coventry University.

Factsheet

3MB
Have your say on Gender Equality in Warwickshire

A presentation on Gender and the impact of Covid-19 on women 

Report

246KB
EQuIP and new hate crime legislation article - February 2021

EQuIP recently responded to the Law Commission’s consultation on hate crime as part of its remit to reform current hate legislation.  EQuIP proposed some changes to the current hate crime legislation.

Report

192KB
Making a Difference - Employment Case

The story of an EQuIP client who took on a major employer – and won!

Report

145KB
Community transport to vaccination appointments

Support agencies are available if you have no means to attend your vaccination appointment and no one who can take you,

Factsheet

320KB
EQuIP Training

A one page summary of our new training courses available now 

Factsheet

853KB
Equality Needs Survey Report July 2020

As the situation with coronavirus evolved, EQuIP launched this survey online to ensure that services and support across all sectors, continue to meet equality needs. This survey was conducted in May – June 2020 and aimed to capture equality issues in Warwickshire, particularly those that are a result of the current situation concerning coronavirus.  It is important to note that the survey was completed before the Black Lives Matter Movement

Report

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