Tuesday, 21 Nov 2017
 
 
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  • The process is organisation-friendly and transparent rather than a fault finding. SEA will not condone any gaps found, nor does it condemn any lapse.

  • It is a rigorous process that is professional and supportive at the same time. It is based on mutual respect, openness to learning, and an understanding of the difficult field circumstances.

  • The social equity audit in a community would be a participatory process.

  • A social equity audit is an open, voluntary and learning process to help an organisation move towards inclusion.

  • It would be facilitative and not extractive. All those who have a significant stake in service delivery will be actively involved throughout the audit, from the initial stages of design to implementing community-led solutions.

  • A social equity audit is intended to focus on systems and programmes.