This is a special edition of Weekly News to mark the start of Black History Month which runs throughout the month of October.
Workforce Race Equality Standard 2020
The NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) aims to ensure that employees from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds have equal access to career opportunities and receive fair treatment in the workplace. Our results paint a clear picture of the areas that need action and focused attention at Morecambe Bay if we are to create an equitable culture.
The Black History of Lancaster
In the 19th century, Dalton Square was home to a significant beneficiary from plantation slavery, John Bond, who lived at what was then number 1 Dalton Square, and was twice Mayor of the town. John Bond inherited his Dalton Square house, along with Yealand Hall (in Carnforth), and 18 shares in the Lancaster Canal, from his uncle Thomas Bond. He also inherited property and plantations in the West Indies, including around 700 enslaved people in Demerara (now part of Guyana) and Grenada.
Inclusive and Compassionate Leadership Masterclasses
Places are available for an exciting leadership masterclass delivered by external expert Eden Charles, available to all senior leaders across UHMBT and Bay Health and Care Partners. The learning is part of a programme of work to further develop colleagues and specifically leaders and support the development of our teams and services to be the best they can be for everyone.
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