We work to secure the best outcomes for people with mental illness, learning difficulties and developmental disorders by promoting excellent mental health services, training outstanding psychiatrists, promoting quality and research, setting standards and being the voice of psychiatry.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists recognises and values the diversity amongst its members, associates, affiliates and staff.
The College is committed to eliminating discrimination on the grounds of gender, race, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, religion, belief, disabled status or any other unjustified condition.
To help ensure the College meets this commitment, we have a number of forums and committees which assure all identities are taken into consideration when decisions are being made within the College. The forums and committees which are currently operating within the College are:
We are committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion for all existing and potential members, associates, affiliates, staff and visitors in all our practices and arrangements.
The College is committed to equal pay for men and women employees doing equal work, work rated as equivalent of work of equal value under the equal terms of the Equal Pay act as amended.