Unit 53 Promote Equality and Inclusion in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings

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Unit 53 Promote Equality And Inclusion In Health, Social Care Or Children’s And Young People’s Settings Outcome 1- Understand The Importance Of Diversity, Equality And Inclusion 1.1 Explain What Is Meant By A- Diversity B- Equality C- Inclusion A-Diversity Diversity means that in a work place everyone comes from a wide range of backgrounds, it is said that London is a very diverse city due to the amount of people from different cultures backgrounds and country’s that live simultaneously together. Over 300 languages are spoken in London, with 100 different languages in each borough. So a diverse society can be perceived as a problem actually can be a strength due to they contribution of different characteristics and personalities. Diversity isn’t just language, but religion, race, sexuality, gender, family structure, appearance and disabilities. B- Equality Means that all people are to be treated alike and that they should have the same opportunities. Equality stands to embrace the positive aspects of diversity. Everyone should have the same rights and access to education, health care and opportunities for development. C- Inclusion Inclusion is to understand that people are different and to embrace it. It means that no one should be discriminated against because of his or her background. It also means to understand what the differences are as to accommodate children for instance into the environment so they feel included. Outcome 2- Be Able To Work In An Inclusive Way 2.1 Explain How Legislation And Codes Of Practice Relating To Equality, Diversity And Discrimination Apply To Own Work Role The Equality Act 2010 brings together all previous acts relating to equality and discrimination. It protects all individuals and groups from discrimination from any services to the public. In our own roles in a setting, working with children
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