Like many organisations, Magenta Living has been shaken by two recent global events. Firstly, the devastating COVID-19 pandemic and secondly, the wide-scale protests that followed the tragic death of George Floyd which has served to reinforce the need to speak out against racism, inequality and discrimination in all its forms.
We truly believe that everyone is entitled to respect and to be treated with dignity but, we recognise that there is always more we can do. Therefore, Magenta Living is committed to listening, learning, and improving. We want to understand what barriers prevent people from accessing our services and entering and progressing in our organisation.
Put simply, at Magenta Living, we want to make it clear that we do not, and will not, accept or stand for any form of racism, prejudice or discrimination and we always want all our colleagues to display inclusive behaviours because we know from recent experience that we are stronger when we are together.