Our Commitment to Equality
Posted by Boundary Community Launderette on 23/01/2011
An anonymous, offensively worded complaint about our highlighting the London Buddhist Centre Open Day was sent to the web page. We do not support racism or bigotry in any form, nor will we agree with or publicise such views. Instead we wish to reiterate our commitment to our community and to equal opportunities.
When the Boundary Community Launderette was set up it included a remit to equal opportunities, which we still hold to:
We are here for everyone in our community, regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.
Although we do not advertise religious meetings we happily advertise events organised by established religious groups, such as the open day at London Buddhist Centre. In the past we have highlighted fetes at St. Leonard’s Church and open days at the East London Mosque. These are events open to everyone, whether believers of that or other faiths, or non-believers, in order to promote understanding within our community.
On our website we proudly and happily provide links to a wide range of organisations and support groups as part of our commitment to equal opportunities. We will continue to do all we can to support and promote equality within our community.
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