This guide aims to provide staff and trustees with some practical guidance to help them ensure their services are reaching the diverse range of communities and individuals that need them. The hospice movement is committed to the principle that everyone should have a 'good death'. To make this principle real it is crucial that hospices ensure that their services are accessible to all communities, to all conditions and irrespective of social circumstances including age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
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Title: Working Towards Equality and Diversity: A Guide for Hospices
Publication date 2013-10-16
Publication Year 2013
Help the Hospices, Commission into the Future of Hospice Care
, TOWARDS EQUALITY
, equality act
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