The Outdoors People actively encourage the participation of all people in adventure education. As both a provider of outstanding adventure experiences and an employer, we will never discriminate on the grounds of age, physical or developmental disability, gender reassignment or gender identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, mental health or any other personal or group identity that may be the cause of discrimination.
We work hard to include people who may have found they struggled to get fully involved in adventure activities elsewhere and our outstanding school camps are designed to allow everyone to take part.
The Outdoors People are actively involved in campaigning for the rights of marginalised groups and deliver industry recognised awareness and inclusion training. We strive to be industry leaders in this area but are aware that there's always room to do better, if you feel there is anything we could do to improve then please let us know.
- Craig Geddes, Director, The Outdoors People