• Election 2022: manifesto dialogue

    The 2022 election is going to see significant change in how our Government is elected and formed. Liberate has put together and circulated a ‘manifesto dialogue’ that shares some of Liberate’s current concerns with our next potential States Members in order that they will think about our points and respond to some or all of them in their manifestos.

  • Drawing: architect's impression of new hospital entrance

    Response to Hospital Planning Application

    The new hospital plans were submitted to the Planning Department on 30 November 2021. From the perspective of disabled access, we were disappointed by a number of aspects of the plans and have responded to the request for public comments.

  • International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2021

    Over the last year, Liberate’s team of auditors that includes people with various disabilities has undertaken more than 60 accessibility audits of premises for clients.

  • Photo: CI Pride Live title screen

    Pride 2021

    When CI Pride 2021 was hit by COVID-19 we took it online. Could we pull off the Channel Islands first live-streamed pan-island concert in a month? Of course, we could!

Pic: A cartoon version of Liberate's offices

Liberate in 5 minutes

Liberate is the Channel Islands’ equality and diversity charity. We have branches in Jersey and Guernsey, serving islanders in both Bailiwicks. To find out more about who we are, what we do and how we are governed, please click here.

The DIFERA accreditation logo

DIFERA

DIFERA is Liberate’s employer accreditation scheme. This is the first scheme in the Channel Islands to award organisations with a quality mark that demonstrates to employees (past, present and future), to clients and suppliers that your organisation places Diversity, Inclusion,…

A diverse selection of people representing the E U's nine protected characteristics

Training

Liberate offers one hour education sessions on a number of subjects. These are suitable for ‘lunch and learns’, including as a topic in a wider training day or conference, or combining together to form a day of training on inclusion…

News

Election 2022: manifesto dialogue

The 2022 election is going to see significant change in how our Government is elected and formed. Liberate has put together and circulated a ‘manifesto dialogue’ that shares some of Liberate’s current concerns with our next potential States Members in order that they will think about our points and respond to some or all of them in their manifestos.

Response to Common Population Policy Review

As a charity concerned with diversity, inclusion and equality, our interest in the Review is focused on how immigrants are treated on arrival in Jersey. The Migration Control Policy (Section 8 – Migrants’ rights) makes it clear that more work…

Drawing: architect's impression of new hospital entrance

Response to Hospital Planning Application

The new hospital plans were submitted to the Planning Department on 30 November 2021. From the perspective of disabled access, we were disappointed by a number of aspects of the plans and have responded to the request for public comments.

Photo: CI Pride Live title screen

Pride 2021

When CI Pride 2021 was hit by COVID-19 we took it online. Could we pull off the Channel Islands first live-streamed pan-island concert in a month? Of course, we could!

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Photo: C I Pride parade rounding the corner of the Radisson Hotel, taken from the air

Pride 2019

CI Pride 2019 started on Friday 6 September 2019 with a reading by children’s LGBT+ author, Olly Pike, at the Jersey Library. Olly presented the Government of Jersey Assistant Education Minister, Jeremy Maçon, with sets of his books for all Jersey primary schools…

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Photo: C I Pride parade in Guernsey from the top of the town church

Pride 2018

On 8 September 2018, Channel Islands Pride was held in Guernsey for the second time and, on 9 September 2018, Alderney held its first ever Pride. Unlike 2016, when Guernsey held a very wet first Pride, the sun was shining…

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