Being part of NSPCC

Celebrating difference

Being part of NSPCC

Celebrating difference

How can we reach every child from every diverse background if we’re not a diverse and inclusive organisation? Breaking down barriers and prejudice to create an equal and fair society, must start with us.

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How are we doing?

We’re making good progress and moving in the right direction, but we know there’s more work to do. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion is the responsibility of everyone and, if embedded in the right way, it benefits everyone.

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Our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion vision

“Together, we can remove real and perceived barriers, valuing everybody who volunteers with, works for, supports or benefits from our work.”

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our lived experience networks

Our lived experience networks

We want people who share our values to join us. And then we want them to feel like the NSPCC is a place where they truly belong - whatever their background or lived experience. People who join us should feel free to be their authentic, true selves here - and be valued for who they are. Our lived experience networks support in driving change, so that we are truly inclusive and here to support and represent our people and bring together allies.

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“I don’t believe it’s enough for us to accept diversity, we need to reach out and embrace it. Only if we do that can we fully understand the world that children live in and be relevant to all children who need us.”

Brett Terry, People Director and Executive Board sponsor for the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group

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