Queen Elizabeth II set an example of consistency and commitment to service which we should all follow. Her reign saw a period of unprecedented change and and she was the first to embrace the diversity of faiths, cultures and ethnicities in the United Kingdom as well as across the Commonwealth. This period of mourning has confirmed how much we have in common. Our diversity, both in the four nations of the United Kingdom and the communities within them, gives us strength and vigour. She has left a solid foundation for the reign of King Charles III, who has demonstrated his determination to maintain and build upon her legacy.
Equality in Diversity CIC is an independent
management, research, advocacy and training consultancy based in the
multi-cultural town of Luton.
We are committed to promoting social justice throughout Luton, the United
Kingdom and the rest of the world. In partnership
with the United Nations Association Luton Branch, we work with Luton Borough Council, Luton Community Health Forum, the University of
Bedfordshire and local and international communities to achieve this goal, through research,
training, advocacy and dialogue.
o Training for trainers on equality and diversity;
o Training for mentors on equality and diversity and challenges of mentoring;
We are committed to promoting human rights, international understanding and solidarity across all communities and the world. We have undertaken ground-breaking work on eliminating forced marriage and honour-based violence, on strengthening the resilience of families in countering radicalism and violent extremism and taking on the challenges of a multi-faith society.
promote equality and diversity by working with policy makers, service providers,
voluntary groups and communities. We provide training and guidance on the legal
framework. Beyond that, through our Mentoring for Diversity programme, we champion the
business case for diversity and provide practical support for changing organisational culture.
We work with local communities to improve access to statutory services, to empower families and disadvantaged healthcare service users, to develop creativity and self-expression.