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Cultural Capital: UNITED Values

Guide to support events in the Library, College and the wider environment.
About UNITED Values

We encourage positive behaviour and challenge all forms of negative behaviour and ideas.
Understanding and respect of law
The attitude, compliance or admiration someone has towards rules and regulations.
Nurture mutual respect
Acknowledging and appreciating the values, ideas, and beliefs of others.
Individual liberty
Liberty and Freedom could be said to be mutually inclusive, it is the ability to operate with free will while respecting boundaries, eg laws.
Tolerance of other faiths and beliefs
Acceptance of the rights of others to have their own choice of religious belief.
Equality
The right for individuals within a society to not be treated differently due to their circumstances, these could include beliefs, ethnicity, disability, finance, or education.
Democracy
A system of government where eligible members of a population choose representation through free and fair elections.
Understanding and respect of law
Nurture mutual respect
Individual liberty
Tolerance of other faiths and beliefs
Equality
Democracy