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Equality and Diversity

Dyslexia: breaking down the barriers

Frontline article - Posted on 28/10/2016

One person in 10 has dyslexia. Nina Paterson suggests ways in which they can be supported in the workplace. ...

CSP survey shows members with dyslexia face barriers to work and study adjustments

News item - Posted on 06/05/2016

6 May 2016 A CSP poll has revealed that many members with dyslexia experience problems gaining the reasonable adjustments they need at ...

Tackling racial discrimination in the workplace

Frontline article - Posted on 03/05/2016

People with black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds often fare less well than their white counterparts at work. What can be done about it, asks Rekha Soni, a member of the CSP BME network. ...

3 minutes with Sunitha Narayan

Frontline article - Posted on 29/04/2016

Equality, diversity and inclusion should be a ‘golden thread’ running through the fabric of the NHS , says Southampton-based physio Sunitha Narayan. ...

Managing mental health issues at work

Frontline article - Posted on 29/04/2016

Tom, a CSP member who has bipolar disorder, tells Lynn Eaton about his personal and work-related experiences, and the support he got from the CSP. ...

Advice line: beware the unconscious bias

Frontline article - Posted on 15/02/2016

Beware of the impact of unconscious bias, warns Jess Belmonte. Why are black and minority ethnic (BME) staff twice as likely ...

Advice line: CSP’s new guidance on transgender issues

Frontline article - Posted on 01/12/2015

Jess Belmonte outlines the CSP’s new guidance on transgender issues. Society divides us into male and female at birth ...

Work in progress: Mel Stewart on CSP's equality networks

Frontline article - Posted on 16/11/2015

Physiotherapy lecturer Mel Stewart weighs up progress on black and minority ethnic issues over the past couple of decades in the CSP and beyond. She talks to Gill Hitchcock. ...

CSP hosts Dealing with Dyslexia Day

News item - Posted on 02/12/2014

2 December 2014 One CSP member in 40 has reported having dyslexia, about 60 delegates attending a one-day event at the society’s ...

CSP backs women’s rights

News item - Posted on 08/03/2013

8 March 2013 On International Women’s Day, the CSP is gearing up to defend women’s rights at the TUC Women’s Conference next week. ...

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