GREC works with a range of organisations, from small community groups and charities, to large companies, local council departments and the NHS. We provide flexible services to meet your organisation’s needs.
Interpreting and Translation
From ‘Introduction to Equality and Diversity’ to more advanced workshops on Intersectionality, Unconscious Bias, and Prejudice, Discrimination and Hate Crime, GREC can provide bespoke training packages for your organisation. See our Training and Consultancy page for more information, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you want to carry out an ‘equality audit’ of your organisation’s policies, optimise your ability to attract the best talent, or develop a long-term plan for creating a more inclusive workplace, GREC can help. See our Training and Consultancy page for more information, or contact email@example.com.
Much of GREC’s Research is available for public use, along with a collection of Posters and Flyers to download. If you’re looking to improve your relationships with ‘Seldom Heard’ communities, we’ve worked with Aberdeen Equalities Participation Network to collate a list of local equalities groups, plus ‘Top Tips’ for positive community engagement. We’re also happy to discuss creating bespoke materials for your organisation – just contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NHS Grampian uses In-Trans services on a daily basis and they meet our exacting standards for accuracy, confidentiality and cost effectiveness. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending In-Trans to others.Equality and Diversity Manager, NHS Grampian and NHS Orkney
[The workshop] made me really think about some of the complex challenges faced by people who may not engage with [our] work, and consider how we make it accessible from consultation to design and implementation.Participant feedback, Intersectionality for Improvement Projects
The course broadened my understanding about diversity in the local community [which] will assist me in finding better ways to engage with and reflect it.Participant feedback, Inequality and Discrimination: an Overview of the Grampian Context