Feel free to download and use the documents below to help keep discrimination out of our workplaces, public spaces and community.
If you have been advised to shield, then this letter in Gujarati explains how that shielding advice will change from 6 July 2020
If you have been advised to shield then this letter explains the changes in LARGE PRINT that come into force from 6 July 2020
If you have been advised to shield, then this letter in Punjabi explains the changes coming onto force from 6 July 2020
If you have been advised to shield then this letter in Polish explains the changes coming into force from 6 July 2020
If you have been advised to shield then this letter in Arabic explains the changes coming into force from 6 July 2020
Face covering exemption card
End of Life and Funeral Guide during Covid 19
In light of the continued restrictions on funerals during the coronavirus pandemic, EQuIP has collected advice and support in 3 key faiths in Warwickshire: Hindu, Islam and Sikh to help and assist communities particularly badly affected by Covid 19
We Stand Together Report - Final 2020
Our report collected experiences of hate crime at three community events in late 2019 and our final report with key recommendations and response from Warwickshire Police is ready to read here
Eid Mubarak Guide in Warwickshire
Our short Guide asks everyone celebrating Eid this year to stay at home or celebrate virtually.
Ramadan and Covid19
This guide provided by EQuIP and its partners will help Muslim residents in Warwickshire continue to enjoy the spiritual lift and community spirit that Ramadan provides.
UK Government bereavement leaflet during Covid 19
My Coronavirus Contingency Plan
We have a draft plan to help you organise what you need to do as a carer if you have to self isolate. Ring us on 07377 431997 for more advice
EQuIP's commitment to running a good quality casework service is highlighted in our easyread Charter
Protecting Our Families and Safeguarding Our Future Report
Factsheet 1: What are protected characteristics
There are 9 protected characteristics
Factsheet 2: The Equality Act 2010
The Equality Act 2010 came into force on 1 October 2010 and replaced previous anti-discrimination legislation. It covers exactly the same groups of individuals protected by the previous legislation.
EQuIP trustees recruitment pack
We are looking for new trustees to join our Board and are keen to meet vibrant, enthusiastic individuals with experience and knowledge of tackling discrimination with skills in fundraising, legal, community engagement, or safeguarding.