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  1. 1. BTEC National Health & Social Care Unit 2: Equality, Diversity and Rights
  2. 2. Equality, Diversity and RightsLearning Objective:To understand the benefits of diversity to society
  3. 3. Equality, Diversity and Rights• What do you understand by the word ‘Diversity?’
  4. 4. Equality, Diversity and Rights• What do you understand by the word ‘Diversity?’• Race?
  5. 5. Equality, Diversity and Rights• What do you understand by the word ‘Diversity?’• Race?• Culture?
  6. 6. Equality, Diversity and Rights• What do you understand by the word ‘Diversity?’• Race?• Culture?• Social group?
  7. 7. Equality, Diversity and Rights• What do you understand by the word ‘Diversity?’• Race?• Culture?• Social group?• Any other differences?
  8. 8. Equality, Diversity and Rights• In May 2009 the dance troupe ‘Diversity’ won Britain’s Got Talent
  9. 9. Equality, Diversity and Rights• In May 2009 the dance troupe ‘Diversity’ won Britain’s Got Talent• How far do you think ‘Diversity’ represent the diversity in Britain today?
  10. 10. Equality, Diversity and Rights
  11. 11. Equality, Diversity and Rights• ‘Diversity’ are from East London and Essex
  12. 12. Equality, Diversity and Rights• ‘Diversity’ are from East London and Essex• They have varied racial backgrounds, some are of mixed race
  13. 13. Equality, Diversity and Rights• ‘Diversity’ are from East London and Essex• They have varied racial backgrounds, some are of mixed race• Their ages range from 13 to 25
  14. 14. Equality, Diversity and Rights• ‘Diversity’ are from East London and Essex• They have varied racial backgrounds, some are of mixed race• Their ages range from 13 to 25• Some are in school, some in University, some work
  15. 15. Equality, Diversity and Rights• ‘Diversity’ are from East London and Essex• They have varied racial backgrounds, some are of mixed race• Their ages range from 13 to 25• Some are in school, some in University, some work• The older members include an IT systems engineer, a bathroom installer, and a telecoms engineer
  16. 16. Equality, Diversity and Rights• ‘Diversity’ are from East London and Essex• They have varied racial backgrounds, some are of mixed race• Their ages range from 13 to 25• Some are in school, some in University, some work• The older members include an IT systems engineer, a bathroom installer, and a telecoms engineer• However, they are all male
  17. 17. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture:
  18. 18. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Food
  19. 19. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Food
  20. 20. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Food
  21. 21. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Food
  22. 22. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Music
  23. 23. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Music
  24. 24. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Music
  25. 25. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Music
  26. 26. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Music AmyN-Dubz Winehouse Dizzee Rascal
  27. 27. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Literature
  28. 28. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Literature
  29. 29. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Literature
  30. 30. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Literature Zadie Smith Alice Walker Benjamin Zephaniah
  31. 31. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: TV
  32. 32. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: TV
  33. 33. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: TV
  34. 34. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: TV Trevor McDonald Matt Lucas Dev Patel
  35. 35. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Politics
  36. 36. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Politics
  37. 37. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Politics
  38. 38. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Politics Peter Mandleson David Blunkett Shahid Malik
  39. 39. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Science
  40. 40. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Science
  41. 41. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Science
  42. 42. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Other examples of diversity in British culture: Science Stephen Hawking Heenal Raichura Simon Schama
  43. 43. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Research the contribution made by people of diverse backgrounds to:• Culture
  44. 44. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Research the contribution made by people of diverse backgrounds to:• Culture• Literature
  45. 45. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Research the contribution made by people of diverse backgrounds to:• Culture• Literature• Politics
  46. 46. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Research the contribution made by people of diverse backgrounds to:• Culture• Literature• Politics• Entertainment
  47. 47. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Research the contribution made by people of diverse backgrounds to:• Culture• Literature• Politics• Entertainment• Science
  48. 48. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Research the contribution made by people of diverse backgrounds to:• Culture• Literature• Politics• Entertainment• Science• Or any other aspects of life in Britain
  49. 49. Equality, Diversity and Rights• A diverse society does, however, create tensions and conflict
  50. 50. Equality, Diversity and Rights• A diverse society does, however, create tensions and conflict• Unrest and riots can result, as in Brixton in 1981
  51. 51. Equality, Diversity and Rights• A diverse society does, however, create tensions and conflict• Unrest and riots can result, as in Brixton in 1981• And in Bradford in 2001
  52. 52. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Cultural clashes are blamed for unrest
  53. 53. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Cultural clashes are blamed for unrest• However, under closer examination, these conflicts are often due to poverty and disadvantage
  54. 54. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Cultural clashes are blamed for unrest• However, under closer examination, these conflicts are often due to poverty and disadvantage• To achieve a genuinely multicultural society economic inequality must be addressed
  55. 55. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Cultural clashes are blamed for unrest• However, under closer examination, these conflicts are often due to poverty and disadvantage• To achieve a genuinely multicultural society economic inequality must be addressed• Otherwise, the assumption that the white race and culture has the right to dominance will remain
  56. 56. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Cultural clashes are blamed for unrest• However, under closer examination, these conflicts are often due to poverty and disadvantage• To achieve a genuinely multicultural society economic inequality must be addressed• Otherwise, the assumption that the white race and culture has the right to dominance will remain• This will undermine integration and diversity, leaving Britain a lot poorer, both in a cultural and economic sense
  57. 57. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Diversity is the acknowledgement and respect of differences within and between groups of people.
  58. 58. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Diversity is the acknowledgement and respect of differences within and between groups of people.• Our differences are our strength.
  59. 59. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Diversity is the acknowledgement and respect of differences within and between groups of people.• Our differences are our strength.• Britain has a rich society because its people come from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures.
  60. 60. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Diversity is the acknowledgement and respect of differences within and between groups of people.• Our differences are our strength.• Britain has a rich society because its people come from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures.• To benefit from the full wealth of skills, talents and ideas in Britain, it is vital that everyone is included.
  61. 61. Equality, Diversity and Rights• Have you understood some of the benefits that diversity can bring to society?• What examples of diverse backgrounds, cultures, skills and needs can you find among your friends and family?

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