Making sure everyone has equal access to participate and enjoy a group's creative activities is important but if you don't have a clear equal opportunities policy, it can be hard to be clear on your group's approach and to ensure you have a process to implement, monitor and review your procedures.

This Briefing helps you consider the key areas of an equal opportunities policy and create something that fits your organisation and, importantly, is understood by the members of your group or trustees so that they can be clear on their own roles and responsibilities.

We cover your:

  • Statement
  • Objectives
  • Procedures & action
  • Monitoring & reviewing
  • Training
  • Recruitment processes

Download Briefing 45: How to write an equal opportunities policy