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27th Oct 2020
The Black Lives Matter movement has highlighted the devastating impact of racism and racial inequality on our society and communities. This, coupled with the experience of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) colleagues working on the NHS frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic, has challenged us to think deeply about what we can do to address issues of systemic racism and inequality across the Alder Hey community.
Alder Hey is committed to being an anti-racist organisation, and has a zero tolerance approach to racism and discriminatory behaviour. But we know that – as a leading institution within our communities – we need to do more. That is why we are making a number of commitments to seize the moment and make positive change happen.
These initial commitments are just the first steps on a journey towards ensuring a fairer, more inclusive and diverse Alder Hey.
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