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Stockport Equality Month Inclusion & Integration Fair [11 October 2021]
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Stockport premieres first ever equality month to celebrate diversity and champion community cohesion



As well as being a public health crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on inequality. Marginalised communities, already on the edge of society, found themselves bearing the brunt of the fallout. In response, Stockport’s Voluntary, Community & Faith based, Social Enterprise and Charity sector galvanised to provide crucial support to our communities, including those forgotten and pushed to the wayside. Not wanting to lose this momentum, Stockport Equity Network and Sector3 have launched Stockport’s first ever Equality Month.

Stockport Equality Month will see a host of vibrant multicultural events from art workshops and walk & talks to culinary celebrations. Each event a conversation starter for those who want to learn more about different communities and identify ways they can be an ally to those experiencing inequality.

Residents, businesses and organisations are invited to discover how they can support their family, friends, neighbours and employees towards an inclusive and equitable society.

For the full programme and more information please visit www.sector3sk.org/s-e-m

The programme is continually growing – if you would like to host an event or find out more please contact aba.graham@sector3sk.org

Sector3 are also hosting an Inclusion & Integration Fair as part of the month, information about that below:



Stockport Inclusion & Integration Fair is a chance for local residents, organisations and businesses to discover how they can support their friends, family, neighbours, employees and the wider community to thrive against inequality.

Featuring stalls from local support organisations, speakers from GMCA and Greater Manchester Police on inclusive policing. Plus Disability Stockport, Rising Stars NW and Stop Hate UK chair a Q&A panel on tackling hate crime.

Monday 11 October 10am – 2.30pm

Stockport Town Hall


Free tickets - https://bit.ly/3hBSTfM