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H4W awarded Diversity Network Accreditation…

Carrying on with the theme of awards, we’re pleased to announce that we have just been accredited by the Housing Diversity Network (HDN), an accredited award for equality and diversity for business services, customers and the community.

The accreditation process has taken place during 2013 where there has been a review of relevant documentation and an in-depth focus group with staff and interviews with senior managers. We are particularly pleased that HDN awarded 6 distinctions for good practice and innovation:

  • Supporting women to achieve and progress through development and training opportunities
  • Attempts to address the pockets of occupational segregation within the organisation
  • Supporting staff by offering work flexibility to take account of life changing circumstances
  • Creative, imaginative links with organisations acting in the interests of women from other cultures
  • Range of projects and tailored services targeting and responding to diverse and vulnerable women
  • Tenant Training Grants actively supporting women into education, employment or training

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Re-Unite South London wins best project at the Women in Housing Awards 2013!

We’re delighted to announce that  Re-Unite South London was awarded the Best Project/Innovation Award at the 2013 Women in Housing Awards last night.

Re-Unite South London was up against five very worthy contenders so we’re extremely pleased that the project is continuing to get recognised for it’s successes supporting mothers leaving prison and their families to have the best chances in life.

Please see the photo below to see Karren Brady presenting the award to Micki Whyte, Re-Unite Children’s Support Worker and Zaiba Qureshi, Director of Supported Housing.

For more information on the awards and the other winners please click here.

 

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