Guidelines for inclusive language

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Statementprepared by the Interdivisional Task Force on the Changing Roles of Women and Men in Church and Society ; as approved by the General Council executive of the United Church of Canada.
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The Guidelines available on this website include a number of recommendations to help United Nations staff to use gender-inclusive language in any type of communication — oral or written, formal. Guidelines for gender-inclusive language in English.

These Guidelines include a number of strategies to help United Nations staff use gender-inclusive language. They may be applied to any type of. A commitment to inclusive language is an important attribute o f a modern, diverse and inclusive society.

Inclusive language enables everyone to feel that they are being reflected in what is being said. The goal of developing inclusive societies is embodied in a number of international, national and state laws relatin g to equal opportunityFile Size: KB. Inclusive language acknowledges diversity, conveys respect to all people, is sensitive to differences, and promotes equal opportunities.

These guidelines highlight ways in which linguists can both lead the way in proactively writing inclusively and avoid past pitfalls or habits that may unintentionally lead to marginalization, offense.

Every language is built off of rules and frameworks. Inclusive language is structured similarly. These principles help you enter conversations mindful of an individual’s or Author: Nehemiah Green. Inclusive language is an explosive issue.

It is also an issue that every parish must face. This small volume sets aside extreme stances and instead presents the rationale behind inclusive language and rational guidelines for responsible implementation.5/5(1). Inclusive Language Guidelines of Metropolitan Community Churches Introduction Since its founding inMetropolitan Community Churches has sought to recognize our limited understandings of God and faith and to expand Christian community.

Language has always been a critical part. The LGBTIQ inclusive language guide is for Victorian Public Sector (VPS) employees. It explains how to use language respectfully and inclusively when working with and referring to LGBTIQ people. By using inclusive language, we demonstrate respect in both our workplaces and in developing and delivering policies, programs and services for all.

Guidelines for Inclusive Language Inclusive language acknowledges diversity, conveys respect to all people, is sensitive to differences, and promotes equal opportunities. These guidelines highlight ways in which linguists can both lead the way in proactively writing inclusively and avoid past pitfalls or habits.

Gender-Inclusive / Non-Sexist Language Guidelines and Resources. Advice for Classrooms and Other Spaces. To download a printable PDF click here. Have you ever been called by a name or gender that you don’t identify with.

Misgendering someone is disrespectful and dismissive. inclusive language welcomes diverse people into conversations and offers the potential to deepen understanding and connection. This guide supports BC Public Service employees to model the use of inclusive language in the workplace and with citizens.

Inclusive language guidelines - September Age Inclusive language should be reflective and welcoming to our multigenerational colleagues.

It is good practice to avoid terms that may be perceived as a manifestation of ageism. Ageism can be defined as the application of assumed. – 3 – At a Glance: 10 Guiding Principles The following are basic guidelines for quick reference 1 – Do not refer to disability unless it is crucial to your subject and relates to the full understanding of your listener or reader.

2 – When you are referring to disability, be clear about terminology. 3 – Ask the person you are interviewing/speaking with about how they wish to be Size: 1MB. Accessibility Guidelines Standards The recently published EPUB Accessibility specification assists with meeting EPUB Accessibility requirements for EPUB Publications and are a good starting point for well structured accessible content files together with WCAG and WAI-ARIA where techniques and best practices are addressed.

The Guidelines for Inclusive Language, published by the Linguistic Society of America (LSA), define inclusive language as language that “acknowledges diversity, conveys respect to all people, is sensitive to differences, and promotes equal opportunities.”. Guidelines for inclusive language / prepared by the Interdivisional Task Force on the Changing Roles of Women and Men in Church and Society ; as approved by the General Council executive of the United Church of Canada.

A balanced and thorough look at the use of inclusive language in Bible translation. Subjects covered in the book include: 1. The Making of a Crisis--Bible Translation and Bible Rage; 2. Conflicting Principles--The Committee on Bible Translation; (CBT) and Colorado Springs Guidelines (CSG) on Cited by: Neurodiversity: The idea that neurological differences like autism and ADHD are the result of normal, natural variation in the human genome.

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Nonbinary: Any gender identity that does not fit the male and female binary. Pipeline problem: The belief that the tech industry isn’t diverse because of a scarcity of available talent. The reality is that the pipeline is only part of the issue.

Inclusive language importantly, and often uncomfortably, also helps to share power, to interrupt the effects of unearned privilege, and to repair the spiritual harm done to those who have excessive and unexamined privilege. In these ways, inclusive language benefits all people as we seek together to become Beloved Community.

Guidelines for Inclusive Language Bias-Free Content Statement Emerson College is committed to an active, intentional, and ongoing engagement with diversity—in people; in the curriculum; in the co-curriculum; and in the College’s intellectual, social, cultural, and geographical communities. inclusive language In recent years sensitivity for inclusive language in the liturgy has been recognized.

However, the lector is not at liberty to change the approved scriptural and prayer texts for the liturgy to accommodate a desire for inclusive language. Inclusive Language Guide Living Document – Updates made frequently What this document is: This is a living resource compiled by the Inclusive Communications Task Force at ColoradoFile Size: KB.

The guidelines are intended to assist with learning activities for preschool children ages 3 through 5 and are inclusive of all children. These guidelines are designed to align with Oklahoma Early Learning Guidelines for Infants, Toddlers and Twos.

Children may be able to show they meet the standards at different times and in different ways. TheFile Size: 9MB.

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good practice inclusive language language and practices to avoid Only use gendered language when it is appropriate for the Avoid using unnecessary gender references, e.g., the male nurse context, e.g., use the Chair rather than Chairman.

Less Appropriate: Sue is an arthritic, – diabetic, – paraplegic Comment: Terms are variations of the condition and describes someone as the condition and implies the person is an object of medical care. Emphasizes the medical aspects of a condition instead of the person. Person is secondary to disability.

More Appropriate: Sue has arthritis, – diabetes, – paralyzed, – has paralysis. language policies and proposed such guidelines at various levels. Gender-neutral language is a generic term covering the use of non-sexist language, inclusive language or gender-fair language.

The purpose of gender-neutral language is to avoid word choices which may beFile Size: KB. Get this from a library. Words matter: guidelines on using inclusive language in the workplace.

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[BC Public Service Agency.]. Section 1 - Introduction (1) The University of Newcastle is committed to fostering an inclusive culture. That commitment is contained in its Equity and Diversity Plans.

(2) Consistent with its values, the University resolves that its core activities, its teaching and learning, research, and creative endeavour, and its own management and service practices, will foster and reflect an inclusive.

Inclusive Language and Inclusion Statement. Inclusive Language Statement. Brite Divinity School promotes inclusive language. This includes such matters as language about God, humanity, cultures, nationalities, ethnicities, races, and • Guidelines for Gender-Fair.

Description. This article is an essay on inclusive language that records its history in liturgical and biblical usage and the problems it creates both for theology and the English language as a whole.Guidelines for Articles & Book Reviews.

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The Guidelines for Inclusive Language affirm the Board’s commitment to valuing the diversity of our students, staff, and community by ensuring inclusive language is used in all written (including electronic) and spoken communication.

By making respectful choices, speakers and writers, sensitive to their audiences, can.