At EDUK we firmly believe that combating discrimination, promoting equality and valuing the differences in individuals is morally, socially and economically advantageous. It adds value to an organisation.
The EDI Pocketbooks are for everyone with responsibility for directing, managing, supervising or influencing others within an organisation. They are accessible in terms of size, content and mobility. Easy to carry around and a quick read to update your knowledge, skills and understanding around a range of aspects of EDI
An Equality Impact Assessment (EIA) is a way of systematically assessing the effects that a policy, project or decision is likely to have on different people within an organisation.
The EIA is a practical tool that can help to identify discrimination by analysing your policies, practices, processes, procedures, services, decisions etc. to make sure they do not discriminate or disadvantage people and will help towards improving or promoting equality.
This handy A5 size pocket book tells you all you need to know about Equality Impact Assessments
|Public Sector Equality Duty||Understanding EIA||EIA Fundamentals|
|Establishing Relevance to Equality||Provisional Assessment||EIA Documentation|
|EIA Process||EIA Analysis||EIA Assessing|
|EIA Involving and Consulting||EIA Monitoring||EIA Publication|
This Pocket Book offers senior managers, trainers, supervisors, line managers, HR personnel, employees and employee/trade union representatives a guide to avoiding discrimination within the selection and recruitment process.
This pocketbook focuses on helping employers and employees to:
This Pocket Book offers senior managers, trainers, supervisors, line managers, HR personnel, employees and employee/trade union representatives a guide to Equality and Diversity terms relating to nine protective characteristics and the Equality Act 2010.
The Equality Act 2010 protects employees from discrimination, harassment and victimisation because of one of nine protected characteristics covered by the Act.
The nine protected characteristics are
This EDI Highway Code focuses on helping you to:
Versions are available for England, Scotland and Wales
This guide has been developed for organisations that are covered by the specific public sector equality duties, as contained in the Equality Act 2010.
All employers and education provider staff should want to ensure their own practice is the best it can possibly be. The law and legislation should not be the only driver for race equality in education and work. Drivers should include the desire to develop an organisation whose culture has race equality at it’s core. Excellence in race equality should be a given; part of everyone’s working brief. The Race Equality Pocket Book is an excellent guide, and importantly a reminder of what is required by law and good practice.
This Race Equality Pocket book focuses on helping you to:
This booklet gives a step by step guide in how to identify and begin to tackle racism your institution
It can help by
Topics covered include:
This Pocket Book offers senior managers, trainers, supervisors, line managers, HR personnel, employees and employee/trade union representatives an insight into the legal requirement and value in providing reasonable adjustments in the workplace, how they can be managed and how to reduce the chance of future discrimination.
Reasonable adjustments allow your employees to carry on working or to overcome barriers they face in the workplace. These reasonable adjustments may be to access the recruitment process, to start a new post or to allow an existing employee to continue to effectively contribute to the organisation. Many reasonable adjustments cost little or nothing. But they can make a big difference to an employee with a disability.
Employers should have effective procedures to meet the needs of employees with disabilities, encouraging employees to request reasonable adjustments will enable them to continue working and reach their full capability.
Some people identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender. Other people don’t feel that they fit into traditional categories of gender and sexuality. Some people who identify as LGBT+ may experience difficulties that affect their health and well-being.
LGBT people can face prejudice and discrimination as part of a minority. This pocket Book looks at some of these issues and how to get support.
The Protected Characteristic Pocketbooks - 9 in total - cover each of the nine protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act.
They offer managers, trainers, supervisors, HR personnel and trade union representatives an insight into how discrimination can occur in the workplace, how it can be dealt with to reduce the chance of future discrimination.
Pocket Books available
Cost: £10 each or £75 for all 9
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