VCC launches the Volunteer Cadet Corps Inclusivity Network!

Published on 14/02/2023

The Volunteer Cadet Corps is delighted to launch the VCC Inclusivity Network!

Inclusion is at the very heart of everything we do as an organisation. Our Cadets come from all walks of life and backgrounds, and owing to our historic links to Service Families, Cadets could be from all over the world. Therefore, it’s imperative that we appreciate our differences, so that we may understand more of what we share, rather than fixating on what we don’t. 

Jack Kanani, our newly appointed Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity Lead said “my main role is to support, advise and advocate to anyone and everyone”. Working alongside other adult volunteers, Jack will lead on inclusive training and begin to build a network of EDI Leaders within each Unit. 

The Volunteer Cadet Corps Inclusivity Network is for everyone. 

Lt Col (VCC) Chris Spratt, Commander VCC, said “the formation of the VCC Inclusivity Network will help to generate the inclusive, supportive and emotionally intelligent culture required to make the VCC accessible for all. I give thanks to Jack for the hard work he has put in and looking forward to our collaborative working with our fellow Cadet Forces Networks, Service Networks and also the Royal Navy Race Diversity Network”. 

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