“Systems of race, social class, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, nation, and age form mutually constructing features of social organisation”         – Patricia Hill Collins

The National Equalities Partnership

The National Equalities Partnership is led by Women’s Resource Centre in partnership with the Consortium of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Voluntary and Community Organisations, Voice4Change England and NAVCA (National Association for Voluntary and Community Action). Our work is closely informed by our reference group which includes all equalities sectors as well as generalist organisations.

National Equalities Partnership – How To Make Information Accessible: a guide to producing easy read documents

One of the challenges for infrastructure organisations is ensuring that written materials are produced in a format and language that is easily understood by people with learning difficulties. As part of the National Equality Partnership’s commitment to accessibility, we commissioned CHANGE, a leading national organisation led by disabled people, to create a guide to producing easy read documents.

This publication is essential for anyone daunted by producing information for people with learning difficulties.

National Equalities Partnership – How to Make Information Accessible

Make It Easy – A guide to preparing Easy to Read Information

Other resources:

Inclusion London: Promoting Equality for Deaf and disabled people in London