As a private landlord, we know that you already have a lot to think about. Our project, Open Doors, is a two year scheme managed by Tai Pawb and the RLA, which is aiming to provide tenants, landlords and letting agents in the private rented sector with the knowledge, skills and confidence to prevent and reduce discrimination and mistreatment in the sector.
This guide covers a range of words, phrases and terminology around a range of equality and diversity issues. It is intended to help you understand some  common experiences or characteristics that your tenants may have, in order to be best prepared to be able to support them and maintain their tenancies. 
The subject of equality and diversity is vast, and the information in this guide is not exhaustive. We have tried to select some of the words and issues that we think will be of most use to private landlords, based on focus group research. If you would like information on an issue that is not included in this guide, or if you have additional questions, then please get in touch with us, and we will be happy to assist you further.
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