Little Village Camden
Little Village Wandsworth
Little Village HQ, St Mark's Church,
53 Rowfont Road, London, SW17 7AP
This policy applies to all Trustees, staff, volunteers, users and the general public.
Little Village believes that no child, individual, or family should be excluded from the charity’s activities on the grounds of age, gender, health or disability, pregnancy, maternity,, sexuality, class, family status, means, ability, colour, ethnic origin, culture, religion, or belief. We aim to ensure that all who wish to work in, or volunteer to help with, our charity should have an equal chance to do so. We aim to create effective partnerships within all parts of our community and provide services that are accessible according to need.
Little Village is committed to:
For this policy to be successful, it is essential that everyone is committed to and involved in its delivery. Little Village’s goal is to work towards a just society free from discrimination, harassment and prejudice. Little Village aims to embed this in all its policies, procedures, day-to-day practices and external relationships.
Responsibility for Implementation
Overall responsibility for ensuring adherence to and implementation of this policy lies with the Trustees, staff and the Operating Committees.
Method of Implementation
Little Village implements this policy by:
Monitoring and Reviewing
Little Village is committed to establishing, developing, implementing and reviewing a policy of equality of opportunity. Effective record keeping and monitoring, and acting on information gathered, are essential in order to measure effectiveness and plan progress. The trustee board will review the policy annually.