BVEDS is now a supporter of the Mayors Fund for London Diversity Pledge. Developed in partnership with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the Diversity Pledge aims to break barriers for young people from BAME backgrounds in starting sustainable careers. Transforming outreach, recruitment and progression practices will not only help organisations to build a more diverse employee base but also create sustainable business benefits. We join the following organisations in our support. More details can be found at https://www.mayorsfundforlondon.org.uk/our-campaigns/diversity-pledge/
We are delighted to share the news that we are now part of the Equality and Diversity UK (EDUK) Network. EDUK can support with short-term tactical help to more strategic assistance, helping to implement good equality and diversity practice. We are planning a project with EDUK which will benefit veterinary profession. Click below to find out more about EDUK.
We are now members of the Belong network who aim to connect, support and mobilise the many inspiring individuals and organisations who are doing this vital work in diversity and inclusivity. Belong’s mission is to fundamentally transform policy and practice in this area. BVEDS and Belong hope to share ideas and concepts and help work together towards better equality and diversity. You can find out more by clicking the picture below
We are proud to have been nominated for these awards. Please vote for us online and see how far we can go. Just click on the picture to go to the site.
BVEDS provided information and demonstrations to children in veterinary medicine
Members of the British Veterinary Ethnicity and Diversity Society (BVEDS) spoke about the ongoing issue. Click on the image below to read the article.
BVEDS facilitated a discussion around diversity and inclusion with vets and nurses at BSAVA Congress 2019.
The face of the profession is changing and we need to support and encourage this diversity. An article in the Veterinary Record 20/09/2019
The Good Workplace Working Group is aiming to develop a vision for a good veterinary workplace. Part of its work will involve looking at diversity, equality and inclusion, amongst other issues, and these results, as well as those from the workforce studies and other sources of information will feed into the work of the group and the recommendations they make. Click on the text below to find out more about the issues present.
27/03/2020: Change and engage to gain new entrants into farming