Equality & Diversity
Equality and diversity are topics that
remain constantly relevant and ones that are never out of the news in
one form or another. All over the world issues of equality and
diversity continue to prompt constant discussion and debate due to
their inherently contentious nature. These subjects will always
prompt a strong reaction from people as the history of these terms is
something that is littered with strife that in some cases remains
We aim to provide equality and
diversity support that can help you to broach the subject in an
educational environment without having to personally break the ice on
the topic. Our equality and diversity DVDs illustrate how these
issues have shaped the present that we live in and how they will
continue to shape the future. By looking to past events and the
attitudes that caused them our equality and diversity support films
aim to inform those that watch of what causes the issues without
presenting an overarching or definitive oppinion to them. We achieve
this non-antagonistic and informative standpoint by using techniques
such as interviews that offer a view of all sides of the argument,
this allows students to formulate their own opinion of the issues
Media and film in particular a great
way to break the ice on the subject and open people up to debate,
people pick up the information presented in films far easier than
they do from print such as textbooks. Providing the right equality
and diversity information and support to students can be crucial in
them forming a healthy and informed opinion on such issues as racial
and gender equality. Our films aim to provide equality and diversity
information that prompts students to ask further questions and prompt
further discussion, this discussion allows everyone to benefit from a
group perspective on these important and often contentious issues.
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Made to encourage a better understanding of refugees’ problems
Several people describe their experiences of being mixed 'race'.
The Hadza - Last of the First
A unique look at the way of life of one of the last hunter-gatherer tribes.
Allan Baldwin: In Frame
The moko, or facial tattoo of Maori women reflects an ancient and spiritual culture
The journey of a traditional Tibetan healer and her students in Ladakh.
Race is a Four-Letter Word
Examines concepts and conflicts around being black.
Building bridges between different faiths in the community.
The Lavender Boys
An elderly gay couple reflect on changing attitudes to homosexuality.
The reasons for having more women in government.
Mrs Goundo's Daughter
Mrs Goundo from Mali fights for asylum to protect her daughter from the traditional female genital mutilation.