TCT signs Walsall for All pledge

We're delighted to show our personal and corporate commitment to Walsall for All

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Walsall for All, a partnership programme between the Council, voluntary groups, the public and private sectors, this week launch the ‘Pledge’, an initiative to encourage businesses, organisations and individuals in the borough to commit to change and work together to create a more cohesive, inclusive and integrated Walsall.

The Pledge is a joint venture between Walsall for All and brap, a charity that supports organisations, communities, and cities with meaningful approaches to learning, change, research, and engagement. The Pledge is split into two key categories: the Organisation Pledge and the People Pledge

People Pledge

I believe in a Walsall for All. I believe that:

  • People living, working and socialising together is good for Walsall.
  • Everyone can and should do their bit to make our town a more integrated place.

I pledge to do my bit by:

  1. Finding new learning and experiences that help me to know and do more.
  2. Working with others to find solutions that make Walsall a fairer place for everyone.
  3. Challenging inequality wherever I can.
  4. Encouraging other people to sign the ‘Walsall for All People Pledge’.

Organisation Pledge

We believe in a Walsall for All. We believe that:

  • People living, working and socialising together is good for Walsall.
  • Everyone can and should do their bit to make our town a more integrated place.

We pledge to do our bit by:

  1. Delivering our services fairly and taking seriously our commitment to inclusion.
  2. Making sure the way in which we recruit and manage our staff and volunteers is fair.
  3. Working with people, groups, and organisations that can help us better understand the challenge and support us to be more inclusive.
  4. Developing new ways to improve how people in our communities live, work, learn, and socialise together.
  5. Encouraging our staff, volunteers, members, and users to sign the ‘Walsall for All People Pledge’.

Can you or your organisation / church / faith group / charity sign up?