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Equal Access to Nature

Access to nature is currently unequal - people with protected characteristics are less likely and less able to access nature than white, affluent, able-bodied, neurotypical people (Equity in Access to Nature report, Groundwork).

Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership has teamed up with Barnwood Trust to host a free workshop aimed at those who work in the natural environment sector (which is, incidentally, the second least diverse sector, after farming, in the UK economy (The Two Sides of Diversity report, Policy Exchange). This free learning event will help practitioners understand what it is like for people with protected characteristics trying to access nature, and give tools and support to help them improve the situation.

Places are limited and awarded on a first come, first served basis. The workshop takes place at WWT Slimbridge, on July 13th. There's even a free lunch laid on. To book, or for more information, click here.

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