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Clerkenwell Films is committed to encouraging diversity and inclusion across all aspects of the Company’s operations, both onscreen and offscreen, and to ensuring there is no discrimination in the company.  We recognise the Equality Act’s protected characteristics of age, gender, gender reassignment, disability, marital status, nationality, national origin, race, ethnic origin, colour, religion, belief and sexual orientation.  All employees will be treated with respect and provided with a working environment where they are able to give of their best.  We are committed to working with broadcasters towards shared diversity goals and we oppose all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination, and are signatories to the CDN Diversity Pledge.  The CDN Diversity Pledge key goals are:

To recruit fairly and from as wide a base as possible and encourage industry entrants and production staff from diverse backgrounds

To encourage diversity of output.

To encourage diversity at senior decision-making levels.

To take part in, or run, events that promote diversity.

Clerkenwell Films aims to be a company where everyone feels respected and valued and able to give of their best, and will not tolerate discrimination, prejudice, harassment or bullying in any form.  Any allegations of such will be dealt with seriously and in confidence and should be raised directly with Head of Production and Finance or the Chief Executive.

We stand with #BlackLivesMatter.