In this part of the assignment I will be explaining how National Initiatives promote anti discriminatory practice and how it is promoted in health and social care settings. I will then be assessing a recent national initiative policy promoting anti discriminatory practice and the difficulties that may arise in a health and social care setting to put into practice anti discrimination. To conclude I will be evaluating a recent initiative that has been successful in promoting anti discrimination and how to overcome difficulties that may arise when anti discrimination is put in to place in a health and social care setting. – ( Intro )

What is an Anti discriminatory practice?
It is action taken to prevent discrimination on the grounds of race, class, gender, disability etc and it takes into account how we behave towards other individuals. It is very important for all employees in a care setting promoting practice in the workplace as it is a way of overcoming prejudice, in doing so they are trying to get rid of discrimination and promote equality for service users and for the staff who are employed in providing service for the people.

What is a National Initiative?
These come under the sector of anti discriminatory practices where they over come discrimination if it takes place. There are three main national initiatives which cover anti discriminatory practice they are; Conventions, legislation and regulations. Code of Practice and charters as well as, the organisational policies and procedures. These initiatives are very important to society and towards health and social care sector as it ensures that each individual is treated equally and that there is no inequality created between individuals no matter what race, colour, gender, age, culture, disabilities, social class, cognitive ability or health status they may be. 

The codes of conduct help guide service providers on their roles, rights and responsibilities it also helps understand service users on what...