Resources and support

We’re all on this journey together, and we can’t achieve our ambition without you.

Everything on this page will support you as we all get to work.

Need to get in touch?

If you have any questions or general feedback about the new diversity and inclusion strategic plan, you can contact [email protected]

We actively encourage you to report any incidents of discrimination, bullying or harassment. This could be something that’s happened to you, or something you’ve witnessed. We encourage you to report this, no matter how big or small you feel the incident was, or if you’re not sure what happened counts as discrimination, bullying or harassment. In line with our Anti-bullying and harassment policy, you can report any incident to [email protected]

Explore diversity and inclusion

These activities and resources will support you to explore the ideas and issues that are raised in our plan. You can reflect on your own thoughts around the strategic plan or use parts of our programme to help girls talk about what inclusion means to them.

Reflective resource for volunteers (PDF) - Think about what diversity and inclusion means for you, as an individual and in your guiding role.

We’d love you to get chatting about our ambition in your units. You might want to do this by using these unit meetings activities. You can download these four activities for free so you can easily bring our plan to life in your unit. You can also find more activities from the topic Better together in unit meeting activity packs 6, 7 and 8

For more activities for your unit, we recommend looking for unit meeting activities that sit in the Better together topic. You can find two activities from this topic in unit meeting activity packs 6, 7 and 8.

The Reflect skills builder will help girls explore their communities, cultures and reflect on their beliefs and values. And in the Feel good skills builder, they’ll develop healthy physical and mental wellbeing by exploring nutrition, being active, using stress management and relaxation techniques.

Girls can get creative with these interest badges at home and explore what it means to welcome everyone.

More support

Advice, activities and blogs to take the conversation further.

  • Talking about race and racism – Advice, activities and ideas for learning more about race and racism.
  • Adventures at home challenges – One of last year’s challenges for Adventures at home was all about being an excellent ally, if you’ve not yet tried it check out the challenges for Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Rangers.
  • Think resilient activities – Talking about our identities and experiences can be challenging, use these wellbeing activities to make sure everyone is taking care of themselves.
  • Including all - Our guiding and advice for including all girls and volunteers in your unit.