Marriage & Civil Partnership

Marriage &Civil Partnership

A person has the protected characteristic of marriage and civil partnership if the person is married or is a civil partner. A reference to a person who has a particular protected characteristic is a reference to a person who is married or is a civil partner; a reference to persons who share a protected characteristic is a reference to persons who are married or are civil partners.

How can we ensure that people who are married and united as civil partners are treated fairly and feel like they belong in our schools?

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Diverse History UK

Diverse History UK provide educational consultancy and resource production services to address diversification of school curricula.

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IKWRO is a registered charity, set up to help women and girls from the UK’s Middle Eastern communities (Iranian,
Kurdish, Arab, Afghan and Turkish).

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LGBTQIA+ Early Years

Our purpose is to promote inclusivity of LGBTQIA+ within all Early Years settings (child minders, nannies, nurseries, schools).

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Parent Scheme

Parent Scheme works with organisations to help them support working parents. It is based on a deep commitment to diversity and inclusion.

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