Equality and Diversity
We at People Help People welcome our responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010 and are committed to promoting equality and diversity and eliminating discrimination, both internally with our own workforce and Associate pool, but also externally in relation to the external organisations that we work with.
We do not tolerate any form of victimisation, bullying or harassment and seek to promote a culture of respect with our stakeholders. Our policies and procedures are reviewed and monitored annually.
We are committed to treating everyone with equal respect, irrespective of their race, ethnic or national origin, religion and belief, gender, sexual orientation or marital status, disability or age
Everyone that has direct or indirect contact with children and families and vulnerable adults, or who have access to information about them, has a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.
Section 11 of the Children Act 2004 places a duty on all agencies to make arrangements to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. The Health and Social Care Act 2008 also places statutory duties on organisations and individuals. This means that safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults is not just the responsibility of those working directly with these groups of people, but also extends to an individual’s personal and domestic life.
We aim to ensure that no act or omission on the part of the organisation, or that of its staff, or partner organisations puts a child, young person or vulnerable adult inadvertently at risk. This policy is available to volunteers.
This policy covers the website found at the following URL: http://www.peoplehelppeople.co.uk, which has been compiled by the People Help People Ltd team. We do not hire external developers or SEO teams to handle, control or produce any of the website content. All contributions and amendments are developed in-house.
The content on our website is deemed to be for general information purposes only and should not constitute legal or professional advice. People Help People Ltd accepts no responsibility for any loss which may arise from accessing or relying upon on information contained in this website.
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Policy Statement – website policies
Anj Handa has responsibility for the management of the website including:-
Ensuring content is up to date;
Ensuring content does not infringe copyright;
Specifying conditions for downloading material;
Ensuring any publicity conforms to the Solicitors Code of Conduct 2011;
Ensuring compliance with the Disability and the Equality Act 2010;
Overseeing linking arrangements;
Ensuring posting of a privacy notice explaining how any data collected from visitors will be managed by People Help People Ltd.
The contents of this site are protected by Copyright under English law.
Third Party Sites
This website may include hyperlinks to websites operated by other parties. All external links should be considered for information only purposes.
We are committed to Equality and Diversity and aim to provide a fully accessible web service. If you experience problems or have any suggestions for improvement, please contact Anj Handa.