About

Liberate is the Channel Islands’ equality and diversity charity. We have branches in Jersey and Guernsey, serving islanders in both Bailiwicks. Guernsey If you want to find out more about what is happening in Guernsey, please follow this link. Jersey…

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,…

Training & Education

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

Blood ban still in force

Jersey’s blood donation service is open again after it was shut in January due to not meeting national and EU standards. Despite the unit announcing that ”anyone between the ages of 17 and 65, who is fit and well” can…

Channel Islands’ Disability Survey

In advance of the UN’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Island Global Research is conducting a survey of Channel Islanders on issues related to disability.

1 July 2018

The final orders have been passed by the States of Jersey today that mean that from 1 July 2018 Jersey’s new marriage law is in effect.

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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CI Equality & Diversity Awards 2018

Since we last gathered for the awards, Liberate has launched its DIFERA accreditation scheme for organisations across the islands to show that they are diverse, inclusive, fair, equal, respectful and accepting places to work. The response to the scheme has…

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Pride 2017

CI Pride 2017 started on Friday 8 September 2017 with a wedding-themed dress down day and an announcement from the Chief Minister, Senator Ian Gorst, that the passage of marriage legislation in Jersey had been delayed and we would not…

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