Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Mainstreaming report published
SCRA’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Mainstreaming report for 2022/2023 has been published.
The report highlights the work we have been doing to mainstream equality, diversity and inclusion across SCRA and all of our services.
The progress report covers a number of areas, including our work to embed our work at local level with the creation of a Locality Equality Lead Network with at least one representative from every Locality. The report is supported by two other documents – our annual Employee Statistics and Gender Pay Gap report.
Indiya Kurlus, SCRA’s Inclusion and Diversity Manager said: “Inclusivity is key to who we are. We are fully committed to providing an environment based on fairness, equality, cultural diversity, dignity and respect where everyone is supported to flourish and fulfil their potential, irrespective of their sex, gender identity, care experience, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, faith, age, or socio-economic background.”
Indiya added: “Being inclusive makes us better at everything that we do and helps us to attract the kind of diverse, expert and dedicated talent we need to recruit and retain in SCRA.
“A more inclusive culture improves our daily lives and enhances our capacity to recognise and respond to the diverse and unique needs of the children, young people and their families whom we work with.”