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Visit Scotland | Alba

An integral part of tourism today

Equality is a vital part of any thriving industry, and tourism is no different. The Equality Act 2010 and the Public Sector Equality Duty sets out our duty as a Public Body. We have to show that we are fully committed to eliminating discrimination, advancing equality of opportunity and fostering good relations between people who share a protected characteristic and those who do not.

However our latest Mainstreaming Report for 2018/19 below is called "Our People”, it goes beyond “compliance and duty” to really demonstrate that diversity & equality are just part of what we do.  This report sets out by way of text, videos, images and photos, case studies, animations, and tells our story that if you have equality at the centre of your organisation the effect of that ripples out to all you work with and for. 

We have been working to promote active diversity initiatives, in our business & events, our tourism industry, our stakeholders, and for “Our People”.   Our Equal Pay review is in the Appendix along with the stats, however what we have done to change perceptions about what it means to be inclusive is at the heart of this report. Our staff tell the story in their own words, we are on a journey developing new equality outcomes that are relevant to our industry and people…we are an organisation that values difference, but we are not defined by it. Read it, and see what we mean!

Our People: VisitScotland's Equality and Diversity Mainstreaming Report 2018/19

Published April 2019

Results Equality Impact Assessment (EQIA) - Glasgow 2018 European Championships/Festival 2018

Published July 2018

VisitScotland Equal Opportunities Policy

Published April 2019

VisitScotland Equality Outcomes and Mainstreaming report 2017

Published April 2017

VisitScotland Equal Pay Statement

Published April 2017

VisitScotland Equal Pay Data Audit

Published April 2017