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Including all Leaflet

Diversity and inclusion is about embracing and celebrating our differences, and ensuring we give all our members, both girls and volunteers, the same chances.  It is something we are passionate about as an organisation and we would like to introduce you to the Region's New Inclusion Team:

Kelly Procter, Lead Volunteer for Inclusion
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'My passion for inclusion really started 12 years ago when I became a teacher.  My day job now is supporting children to overcome social, emotional and mental health barriers to education.  In the evenings I am a Brownie Leader and Brownie adviser for Guernsey, and now Lead Volunteer for Inclusion [Girlguiding] SWE.'

Kirstie Mitchell, Assistant Volunteer for Inclusion
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I am a Rainbow and Brownie leader in Fareham, Hampshire East.  I am also Rainbow adviser for Fareham.  I have worked closely with children and adults to help them achieve their best by looking at making changes to their homes, getting out and about and communicating in different ways.'

'We want to highlight the Inclusion Advisers across the counties & islands who make up the bigger inclusion team.  We are working together to promote and support inclusion for girls and volunteers across the whole Region.  If you don't already know, please take time to find out who your local inclusion adviser is.  You can also find a huge range of inclusion resources and information on the Girlguiding website.  These include adjustment plans, communication passports and wellbeing plans that are highlighted in the Diversity and Inclusion e-learning on the Learning Platform.  Please take a look if you haven't already.'  Click here.

Region have produced a leaflet offering help and advice for Leaders, enabling them to create a safe environment where all girls feel an equal sense of belonging and can receive tailored support to reach their maximum potential. The leaflet explains where you can find further information on any issues affecting your unit. Click here to download.

 
 

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