We have been delivering a programme of research & development, with our client and partner organisations, on equality, diversity and inclusion.
We have been working in partnership with the Substance Misuse Team, Bristol City Council, to produce an ‘Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit’ for Bristol’s substance misuse services. We have produced an Equalities Standard, Good Practice Guidance, a Step By Step Guide, fact sheets, poster, a DVD and an online media resource. Click onto the links below to access these resources.
Download the ‘Good Practice Guidance’ click here
Download the ‘Equalities Standard’ click here
Download the Step By Step Guide to Achieving the Equality Standard (PDF) click here
Download fact sheets (positive images, monitoring and evaluation, consulting with equalities communities, training, policy and procedures, representation and participation) click here
View interviews conducted whilst developing the ‘Equality and Diversity Toolkit’ DVD on Diversity Trust TV
To read the Equality & Diversity Toolkit Evaluation Report click here
We have been working with the Safer Bristol Partnership Substance Misuse Team to develop a workshop for substance misuse service providers on tackling stigma and discrimination. The workshop arose as a need when developing the Equality and Diversity Toolkit (see above). To download the resources please click onto the links.
Tackling Stigma and Discrimination presentation slides (requires MS PowerPoint) click here
Diversity Bingo (requires MS PowerPoint) click here
Assertiveness handout for practice sessions (requires MS Word) click here
If you would like to enquire about providing facilitated half-day workshops on tackling stigma and discrimination please email
We have launched a new report on access to substance misuse services by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans communities in Bristol. The report highlights the need for specialist and targeted services to improve the reach to LGB and Trans communities in Bristol.
Berkeley Wilde, Director of the Diversity Trust said: “Whilst there are higher levels of substance misuse amongst LGB and Trans communities, there are low levels of uptake of services. Our report looks in detail at the available evidence from across the country. We have looked at access, barriers, prevelance and service use, and we are making recommendations to local commissioners and service providers for change. We are continuing our work with Bristol ROADS providers to increase the uptake of services by LGB and Trans communities locally.”
To read the full report please click here
Safer Bristol commissioned us to make recommendations on the monitoring of gender identity and sexual orientation and to identify the prevalence and patterns of substance use amongst LGB and Trans communities, and to make recommendations to improve access to services for LGB and Trans communities. Here are the results:
Download a pdf of the Executive Summary click here
Download a pdf of the Report click here
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