DCES:

Diversity is a strength.

Advocates for those that are Disenfranchised and Excluded within "Hard to Reach" diverse communities

Together we want the communities to work at being part of a vibrant society with the ideas of equality, inclusion and tolerance at its heart. We try to acheve this through different services such as direct representation, advocacy, signposting, advertising and projects that have many benefits, such as social perscription (i.e getting people to socialise, with the aim of addressing general wellbeing).

Our projects allow individual's voices, to be heard and to give those often-overlooked communities a channel which empowers them and shares their thoughts in the wider society. We want to encourage cultures of competence, and a competence in culture which includes everyone, by creating a diverse society.

To create a cohesive society, that promotes acceptance and understanding of others, through social inclusion and equal opportunities, whilst empowering and enlightening society for more equal and fairer outcomes.

At DCES Our aim is to promote and advocate for an inclusive, cohesive and fairer society which embraces the concepts and principles of diversity, equality and tolerance. The organisation shall be a channel for dialog with society as a stakeholder by providing resources and conducting activities that promote social cohesion, inclusion, wellbeing and to influence constructive debate

DCES strives to empower service users, to fully engage them. We believe the rhetoric and deliberations should be as transparent, inclusive and available as is legally and morally viable.

Here at DCES we are challenging the status quo through understanding and sharing knowledge of universal rights and responsibilities.

The notion that those who are different or experiencing hardship are parasites, undeserving burdensome and deny the more affluent people scarce resources has to be challenged as prejudices and barriers to true equality of opportunity, service and treatment. With the right tools, skills and attitudes the excluded communities can shape the society of or in which they need to participate