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Consultation on the BBC’s Diversity Strategy


Do you have views on what the BBC should be doing about equality and diversity? We want to make the best programmes that offer something to everyone and that reflect the diversity and reality of different people's lives.

For us, thinking about, including and reflecting our diversity helps us tell the most original and compelling stories.

Whenever we develop new services or channels, we will make sure that everyone is able to access and enjoy them.

To help us achieve those aims, we want a workforce that is as diverse as modern Britain.

We have developed a plan that sets out what we want to do to achieve that and how we are going to do it.

We are carrying out audience research for an understanding of what the public think about our direction.

We also want to hear from people directly about your views on our approach.

In this consultation survey we will ask you a series of questions highlighting the most important parts of our strategy.

Thank you for your contribution. The closing date for this consultation is 7th January 2011. Once we have considered the findings from the research and the consultation process we will finalise the diversity strategy and publish it in April 2011.

Amanda Rice Head of Diversity, BBC
The consultation can be accessed here

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Tue 16 Nov, 2010
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Date: Tue 16 Nov, 2010
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