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Exciting new equality, diversity and inclusion project news!

Jessica Fidoe
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Exciting new equality, diversity and inclusion project news!

ChangeOut have been appointed to lead a partnership diversity and inclusivity review and we’re very excited to be embarking on this work.

Co-operatives UK, Locality, Plunkett Foundation, and Power to Change share an interest in developing and supporting the community business sector. Over the past two years, they have been collaborating on a range of themes, and diversity and inclusion have been identified as priority areas to address. To this end, following a competitive tender process, the four organisations have appointed us to support employees, leadership, and volunteers in a joint project to develop plans to address the diversity profile of staffing, trustees and consultants and the extent to which they represent their broader constituencies.

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