Belfast Health and Social Care Trust is consulting on a draft Good Relations strategy for 2017-2022. The strategy is called Healthy Relations For A Healthy Future 2.
The Trust is openly committed to promoting good relations among people of different religions, beliefs, racial groups and political opinions and to challenging sectarianism and racism.
Ensuring an accessible, inclusive and welcoming environment is integral to the Trust’s delivery of safe, high quality and compassionate care. Its commitment to all staff and service users is that they are treated with respect and dignity irrespective of background, religion or political opinion.
One of the Trust’s corporate values is to uphold and promote respect and diversity as an employer of more than 20,000 people and serving a population of 340,000.
It is important, therefore, that it builds on the programme of work started in the Healthy Relations For A Healthy Future 1- Belfast Trust's Good Relations strategy for 2012-2016.
As the first Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland to produce a Good Relations strategy in 2012, Belfast Trust wants to ensure that this second generation strategy adequately and appropriately addresses any issues and priorities in regard to health and social care provision, procurement and employment.
For more information and to take part in the consultation, visit http://bit.ly/2eZTLut
Consultation closes this Friday (08 September 2017).
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