Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Nottingham Community Housing Association is committed to promoting equality and eliminating unfair discrimination from all aspects of its work and underpins the work of the Association, as outlined in NCHA's Corporate Strategy.
As a major housing and care provider in the East Midlands, we recognises that it has the power to reduce discrimination and the disadvantages that people experience. We do this by making our services more accessible and responsive to the needs of the communities with whom we work, and individuals using our services as customers, employees, contractors or consultants.
We want our services and resources to be accessible regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation or other individual characteristic which may unfairly affect a person’s opportunities in life. This is reflected in our Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion Policy.
NCHA has developed a number of strategy statements which state our commitment to opposing discrimination of any kind across our business and service provision:
Religion or Belief
Our Equalities and Diversity Forum meet regularly throughout the year and monitor the on-going progress towards meeting our Equalities and Diversity targets.
We are committed to being fair to everyone we come into contact with. View our new Service Standard; Treating People Fairly, which outlines what you can expect from us.
We have an Equalities and Diversity Strategy which outlines our commitment and key objectives for each year.