For example if someone is getting discriminated for any reason such as age, culture, sex, appearance or many more their behaviour may become negative towards themselves or others. This is a potential effect of discrimination because they may feel that they have had enough of being discriminated and become
Champion Equality Diversity & Inclusion 1 1. Explain models of practice that underpin equality, diversity and inclusion in own area of responsibility Equality and inclusion are moral and legal obligations. As staff within this sector I have a role to ensure that in all aspects of my work everyone is given opportunities to thrive and to prevent any barriers that may stop them from reaching their full potential. Equality does not mean everyone should be treated the same. People have different needs and ambitions thus everyone should simply put have equality of opportunity.
Unit Three 1.1 Understand the importance of equality and inclusion Diversity – Diversity to me means understanding that each individual is unique, and recognizing our individual differences. These can be along the dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs, or other ideologies. It is the exploration of these differences in a safe, positive, and nurturing environment. It is about understanding each other and moving beyond simple tolerance to embracing and celebrating the rich dimensions of diversity contained within each individual. Equality Equality to mean being equal.
This type of policy should be in all places of work not just because the law says that there should be one. The aim of equality is to it to make sure that everyone is treated equally in access to work, pay and conditions. For example, two care workers that work in the same field and do the same amount of work. One out of the two should not be getting paid more or less money. This also applies to race; none of the employees should be getting paid more or less because of race or culture.
Describe the ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting. Discrimination may deliberately occur in the work place because they may be being treated less favourable, or treated differently because of their gender, age, ethnic, race, disability, sexuality, or religion. Discrimination may inadvertently take place when a rule or policy that applies squally to everybody is more restrictive for people from certain group. 1:3 Explain how practices that support equality and inclusion reduce the likelihood of discrimination. By supporting a person's equality, you are treating them as equal and including them in all activities, you will be reducing the likelihood of discrimination.
1.1 Explain what is meant by: a diversity Diversity is the value of our differences which should come together in an environment where everybody can contribute and do well b equality Equality is the principle that everyone has a responsibility to respect other people’s rights and choices. c inclusion People from all groups should be included in society and feel valued, respected and able to contribute. d discrimination Discrimination occurs when one person is treated less favourably than others because of a protected characteristic e.g age, ethnicity, disability etc. 1.2 Describe ways in which discrimination may deliberately or inadvertently occur in the work setting 1.2.1 Deliberate discrimination is most likely to arise when an individual is prejudiced about a protected characteristic and treats a person less well as a result. 1.2.2 Inadvertent discrimination is more likely to occur through institutional policies or widely held beliefs that affect people’s behaviour and the culture of the institution.
Those who inflict the discrimination are also affected as they have the assumption that people have less value or are inferior to them, which leads them to have a false view/ distorted view of the world. They can also become isolated and experience feelings similar to that of the person they discriminated against, as the wider community and families of those affected may be outraged by their behaviour causing them to be excluded from certain
Unit 303 Outcome 1 1.1 Diversity means difference. Being understanding and aware of diversity is important in every workplace and especially in a social care setting. Diversity requires people in the setting to be accepting and tolerant of different views, different cultures, different cultural backgrounds, different ethnic origins and different lifestyles. Equality means treating people fairly, equally and no less favourably than another person. In the workplace, everyone should receive fair treatment and respect without regard for race, gender, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation or age.
It is essential that you do not allow your prejudices to influence the way you work with individuals. Most people have experienced discrimination in one way or another. Some people are more likely to suffer discrimination. These people might be: older people, young people, females, disabled people, homosexuals, lesbians, transgender people and ethnic minorities. Inclusion means to included everyone within a group not leaving anyone out because of their race, gender or disability and valuing diversity.
Race relations act 2000: This act protects racial equality and ensures that no one is discriminated against because of their race. It has to promote good relations between people of different backgrounds. The race relations act has placed a duty on public authorities when they are carrying out their functions have to take into consideration that they are doing the following: * Eliminate unlawful racial discrimination * Promote equality of opportunity * Promote good relations between people with different backgrounds. The duty has to be followed, it is not optional. So in a health and social care setting they have to make sure that everyone is treated equally not only by you but by everyone including the other children there.