Inclusion Cornwall

Access the unreachable. Achieve the unachievable. Speak out, listen, transform.

Inclusion, whether social, environmental or economic, presents us with challenges that have the power to transform the way we think, the way we act and the way we do business.

Inclusion Cornwall is a partnership of organisations and services committed to social justice. We challenge inequality, join-up services and celebrate difference, striving for a Cornwall where people, communities and services work together for better outcomes.

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Black Lives Matter started in 2013 when three woman of colour took a stand following the death of a young African American man called Travyon Martin. Advocating for an end to racial inequality on a mass scale they started the #BLM, which brought their message to a world stage. You can find out more here.

Today BLM is a massive global movement and it became even more visible following the recent death of George Floyd. People around the world took to the streets to protest the events that led to his death. Cornwall was no exception with three protests in Truro alone.

Counsellor Mike Thomas (Chair of Inclusion Cornwall) said “Inclusion Cornwall has been at the forefront of tackling exclusion for 16 years and is committed to challenging racism and discrimination wherever it exists. We fully support the BLM movement and will continue to work together to make sure that Cornwall is a fair and inclusive place for EVERYONE, where no one gets left behind”

Building on and transforming the current, adding value through the new, achieving for today and for tomorrow

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“I love what you’re doing with the pets working from home – everyone is talking about it and looking forward to your emails –  helps when you’re dealing with Covid all day!”

Local Charity

So much info and so helpful…..even with my contacts I have no idea about half this stuff!! Thank you to you and your team for helping us have the knowledge.

Partner from East Cornwall 2020

“I hadn’t heard of Inclusion Cornwall – prior to being signposted to them by a colleague and it seems like an amazing resource and service.”

Charlotte Partridge – Student Nurse Restormel CMHT

A recent customer said:-

“Having people like yourself to turn to helps people like me, who live alone and can’t engage in the outside world. I really do appreciate all you are doing for me. I am tearful just writing this because I no longer feel unwanted.”

and another said

“I really feel like I am finally getting in touch with the right, caring people. You don’t know how much this means to me. I’m so very grateful, almost tearful right now. For the first time in a long time, I’m starting to feel empowered again, despite my injuries and low state of mind and possibly able to look forward and plan for the future again.  I’m really starting to get busy again now and my weeks are filling up with appointments already. Already wondering where this wild ride will take me.”

Recently another partner said:-

“I really appreciated not only the info you sent me, but your friendly, ‘can do’ manner on the phone.”

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