Provide a challenging Guiding programme within a safe environment, to enable people to develop their full potential” We encourage active participation and citizenship, and are committed to ensuring that all our members have a positive and fulfilling experience within the Organisation
The United Euro Bridge Austria implements the Equality Act 2010 four major EU Equal Treatment Directives, deals with equality and outlines the main areas that are protected against discrimination or inequality as the treatment of a person in a less favourable way than another person has been or would be treated in the following equality groups:
- People of Different Ages
- People from different Racial groups
- People from different Religions
- People from different Political Opinions or Backgrounds
- People of different Sexual Orientation
- People of different Marital Status
- People who have dependents and those who do not
- Men, Women or Transgender
- People who have a disability and those who do not
The United Euro Bridge Austria will monitor all future training and development of the Association in line with policy to ensure that the objectives are met.
We support the three principles of Social Inclusion:
Equity – This is more than equality. It is about taking positive action to ensure fairness to all. Social Inclusion Policy
Diversity – Recognising the rich diversity within the Association and respecting the range of identities and cultures that make up our society. It is about how we, as an Organisation, make provision for and welcome this diversity.
Interdependence – Recognising and exploring ways in which our work paths are interlinked with others. It is building relationships between the various people and organisations that make up our society. Equity, Diversity and Interdependence within our membership will be recognised through making