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What others are saying about A different perspective on EQUALITY

“Provides many valuable instruments for awareness raising, training and development towards a more civilised and civilising community. It is a highly significant and challenging contribution to thinking and practice towards a better society and stronger communities in the interests of all of us. This is a thought provoking book from which we can and should all learn. It oozes integrity, authenticity and humanity.”

Tony Gelsthorpe, Secondary Headteacher

“This is an excellent handbook. As a whole it deals with the global and institutional context of equality/inequality in an easy to understand and pro-active manner. I cannot recommend this resource highly enough and I hope that we will be using in our training events at Bradford University.”

Patrick Allen, Bradford Media School, University of Bradford

“The book’s got a lovely rhythm - Reflect, consider, get an idea … Reflect, consider, … I love the way the purple pages go to the heart of the reader, and the green pages to the head. I love the idea of all valuing human experience as learning”

Linda Keys, Development Worker, Edinburgh Development Group

“Written to encourage reflection, dialogue and change. A refreshing approach to equality with a strong focus on the individual, relationships and community. A practical Handbook that will prove useful to all those striving for cultural change to ensure fairness for all.”

Tess White, Adviser, Warwickshire, Educational Development Service

“What appealed to me most was the fact that you outline that if organisations and individuals take simple, common sense steps and adjust their way of thinking, it can make a huge difference for a large number of people. The examples you give underline how easy it can be to ensure that people are treated equally as well as feeling equal and that they are making a contribution.”

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