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Zero Discrimination Day – 1 March

It’s Zero Discrimination Day on 1 March, a day to highlight the urgent need to take action against discriminatory laws. There are still laws in many countries where people are being treated differently, excluded from essential services and having restrictions on how they live their lives just because of who they are.

Our inclusion team asked members of staff to make a pledge of something they could do to promote zero discrimination and these pledges were placed on a giant butterfly. 

Our workforce inclusion and diversity manager, Sally Lawson, said: “Dozens of staff made their pledge for Zero Discrimination Day, ranging from ‘I will never judge people on how they look’ to ‘Be nice to everyone, help each other’. It’s important to recognise that there is still discrimination, not only in other countries, but still in the UK too. We hope that raising awareness like this will help to make a difference.”

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