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Using the chapter as a starting point write your own definition of anti-oppressive practice.
Taking the four ideologies idenitified by Watts (1996b) – ‘conservative, liberal, humanistic and radical’, select the ideology or ideologies which best reflect your services and explain why.
List the range of places in which your vacancies are advertised. With reference to the ‘special escalator’ approach to equal opportunities, what additional strategies might be used to advertise vacancies?
Does your service have a statement of entitlement which promotes equality of opportunity?
If yes, what performance indicators does your service use to judge the effectiveness of the statement (they might be qualitative or quantitative)?
If no, try to list at least three areas which might form the basis for a statement of entitlement within in your service
principles (Paul Williams, University of Reading), audit how your service welcomes, supports and empowers clients and promotes positive imagery. Your answer should encompass student and employer users. Where there are gaps in your service provision you might like to think about the practical steps in addressing these.
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