Equality, Diversity, and Discrimination

Equality, Diversity, and Discrimination

Equality, Diversity, and Discrimination

Accepting Diversity and Equality

We'll take a brief look at the ideas of diversity and equality in this module. Recognise that everyone deserves respect and equal chances, despite differences. We'll talk about how welcoming diversity is essential to fostering inclusive environments.

The Identification of Discriminatory Treatment

The concept of discrimination should be acknowledged in all of its forms. It is possible for discrimination to manifest itself in a wide variety of ways, ranging from overt behaviours to secret prejudices. When we become conscious of these tendencies, we equip ourselves with the ability to successfully face and combat them whenever they arise.

Encouraging Diversity

Learn how to encourage inclusivity in both your personal and professional spheres. Everyone gains when an inclusive environment is created, from encouraging open communication to celebrating differences. By working together, we can create communities that value diversity and equality.

Overcoming Prejudice

Examine the ways in which biases affect our thoughts and behaviour. We can strive to overcome our prejudices and make more equitable decisions if we are aware of them. In order to advance diversity and equality, it is imperative that we recognise our unconscious prejudices.

On stage

You should equip yourself with the resources you need to fight racism. To learn how to promote diversity and equality in a range of settings, such as the community, the workplace, and society in general, you should investigate the following. If we collaborate, we can all reap the benefits of a world that is more equitable and welcoming to everyone.


  1. Equality, diversity, and discrimination

    Equality, diversity and discrimination have never been so essential to society but now it is very important. At this moment, there is no form of discrimination in the workplace.
  2. Module 1: What is Equality & Diversity?

    In this course, we will discuss about equality and diversity and how they are interlinked with each other. This will assist us to identify, understand and address the issues of wrongness and discrimination in the workplace. We all heard about the words of equality and diversity before but are still valuable to start by defining exactly what they mean.
  3. Module 2: Equality and Diversity Legislation

    It has four main objectives which updates and amends existing laws for England, Wales and Scotland. It creates a new single equality duty on public bodies which extends the scope for positive action with new provisions for positive discrimination.
  4. Module 3: What do we mean by discrimination?

    We already know about the word discrimination and heard a lot about it. In this module, we are going to discuss six different types of discrimination including:
  5. Module 4: Promoting diversity

    The actor makes special provisions to help promote diversity within society and organizations. This can include an element of positive discrimination obviously that has to be moderated in some way.
  6. Module 5: Links between values, attitudes and beliefs

    The way we behave is governed by our values, attitudes and beliefs. Our values and beliefs are established in early childhood. We are all a product of our upbringing. The four key influences during childhood such as parents, teachers or peers and the media belong to any culture.
  7. Module 6: Stereotypes, Prejudices and Discrimination

    Identifying prejudice and discrimination is not always simple because attitudes are often bound up in cultural norms. The ideas and customs we grew up with, we often think of them as just common sense.
  8. Module 8: Valuing Others

    Valuing others is central to the whole issue of equality and diversity. We already defined equality in the previous modules “as the state of being equal particularly in status, rights or opportunities.
  9. Module 7: Institutional Discrimination

    For several years, the idea of institutional discrimination has been in existence. As the name indicates that institutional discrimination exists when a whole organization included rather than just an individual is operating in a discriminatory way with this discrimination.
  10. Module 9: Resistance to Feedback

    People may react to feedback in a number of different ways. They may deny what you're saying to them or they may try to justify their actions and explain away the fact that they didn't meet the standard.
  11. Module 10: Course Summary

    We began the course by defining what we mean by the terms equality and diversity. We saw that equality is the state of being equal particularly in status rights or opportunities. Diversity is the state or quality of being different or varied.

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