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Pledge

What is the Pledge?

The Walsall for All pledge aims to encourage individuals, groups and organisations to sign up to promoting cohesion, equality, inclusion and integration. Within the pledge are learning opportunities to develop an understanding of these key areas. brap have been appointed to deliver this project.

The pledge is split into two: the People Pledge and Organisation Pledge.

Who can sign the Pledge?

Anyone that wants to visibly declare their support for a more integrated Walsall should sign the pledge. You can be a resident, volunteer, elected representative or paid staff member.
 

Organisations can also sign the pledge. This includes any group, businesses or organisation working with communities. Please note: The organisation pledge needs to be signed by someone that has the authority to complete this on behalf of your organisation.
 

Signing the pledge is one of the ways you can:

  • Declare your support for a more integrated Walsall.

  • Do what you can to help make Walsall fairer for everyone.

  • Connect with other people and organisations that share your goals.

How can I sign the pledge?

You can sign the pledge in one of three ways:

Online

Complete the online forms further down on this page.

Paper

Downloadable versions of the organisation pledge and people pledge are available if for any reason you are unable to complete it online. You can return the signed form in hard copy format or photograph/scan format.

Send this by email to siobhans@brap.org.uk

Telephone

If for any reason you are unable to complete the online or downloadable forms, please call brap on 0121 272 8450 to register your pledge.

What happens after I sign it?

You should receive an automatic email once you have signed the pledge online (if you have not received confirmation by email, please check your junk inbox or email walsallforall@walsall.gov.uk). You may be contacted by a member of the brap team with further information and resources. 

You will also receive a digital badge from Walsall for All, which can be used on social media, online and in promotional material. Your digital badge is a representation of your commitment to the pledge.

 

Your data is covered by brap’s privacy statement. We will ask you how else we can use your data.

Where can I get more information?

The Pledge is one of a range of projects being delivered through Walsall for All, a borough-wide, long-term strategy for creating strong and integrated communities in Walsall. It recognises our collective strengths as well as our challenges, and sets out the steps Walsall will take to break down barriers to integration. Please visit the about page for more information.

What am I being asked to pledge?

Below are the words of the pledge.

People Pledge

I believe in a Walsall for All. I believe that:

  • People living, working and socialising together is good for Walsall.

  • Everyone can and should do their bit to make our town a more integrated place.

 

I pledge to do my bit by:

  1. Finding new learning and experiences that help me to know and do more.

  2. Working with others to find solutions that make Walsall a fairer place for everyone.

  3. Challenging inequality wherever I can.

  4. Encouraging other people to sign the ‘Walsall for All People Pledge’.

Organisation Pledge

We believe in a Walsall for All. We believe that:

  • People living, working and socialising together is good for Walsall.

  • Everyone can and should do their bit to make our town a more integrated place.

 

We pledge to do our bit by:

  1. Delivering our services fairly and taking seriously our commitment to inclusion.

  2. Making sure the way in which we recruit and manage our staff and volunteers is fair.

  3. Working with people, groups, and organisations that can help us better understand the challenge and support us to be more inclusive.

  4. Developing new ways to improve how people in our communities live, work, learn, and socialise together.

  5. Encouraging our staff, volunteers, members, and users to sign the ‘Walsall for All People Pledge’.

What's next?

Complete the online form or download a copy of the pledge form below. Alternatively, you can call brap on 0121 272 8450 to register your pledge.

  • To sign up as an individual (e.g. resident, volunteer, elected representative or paid staff member), please complete the People Pledge.

  • To sign up on behalf of your group or organisation, please complete the Organisation Pledge.

We recommend using an up-to-date browser to complete the online forms (such as Google Chrome). Once you click submit, a message will appear on the screen to confirm that we have received your details. 

People Pledge

A * at the end of the word means we must have this information to register your pledge.

Pledge

I believe in a Walsall for All. I believe:

  • People living, working, and socialising together is good for Walsall.

  • Everyone can and should do their bit to make our town a more integrated place.

 

I pledge to do my bit by:

  1. Finding new learning and experiences that help me to know and do more.

  2. Working with others to find solutions that make Walsall a fairer place for everyone.

  3. Challenging inequality wherever I can.

  4. Encouraging other people to sign the ‘Walsall for All People Pledge’.

We would like to publicly share a list of people who support this pledge. Can we add your name to this list?

Your Signature

Organisation Pledge

A * at the end of the word means we must have this information to register your pledge.

Pledge

We believe in a Walsall for All. We believe that:

  • People living, working, and socialising together is good for Walsall.

  • Everyone can and should do their bit to make our town a more integrated place.

 

We pledge to do our bit by:

  1. Delivering our services fairly and taking seriously our commitment to inclusion.

  2. Making sure the way in which we recruit and manage our staff and volunteers is fair.

  3. Working with people, groups, and organisations that can help us better understand the challenge and support us to be more inclusive.

  4. Developing new ways to improve how people in our communities live, work, learn, and socialise together.

  5. Encouraging our staff, volunteers, members, and users to sign the ‘Walsall for All People Pledge’.

We would like to publicly share a list of organisations that support this pledge. Can we add your name to this list?

Your Signature

A big thanks to you from the people of Walsall.

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