PAVO is committed to opposing discrimination against people on the grounds of race, colour, religion, gender, age, class, disability, marital status, sexual preference, physical, mental health, history of physical/mental health or for any other reason. PAVO is committed to taking positive steps to promote and sustain fairness amongst those sharing the work environment or receiving a service and seeks to promote this policy to all parties with whom it works.
We are committed to working in partnership with all communities in Powys, ensuring that all of our services are available to, and shaped to meet the different needs of, all communities, both geographic, or of interest.
We will promote diversity and fight intolerance through our work with all of our partners in the public, voluntary, community, independent and private sectors, locally and regionally, take positive action to prevent harassment and victimisation of employees and ensure regular and effective monitoring and review of the implementation of this policy, so that we make a difference and continuously improve our equalities and diversity practice.
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Sad to see Paul Griffiths and Sue Simpson both leave PCC today. Good people to work with. Wish them well for the future.
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