Inclusive language, definition & guidelines — Tasmania

‘Inclusive language is language that is free from words, phrases or tones that reflect prejudiced, stereotyped or discriminatory views of particular people or groups. It is also language that doesn’t deliberately or inadvertently exclude people from being seen as part of a group. Inclusive language is sometimes called non-discriminatory language.’

From ‘Guidelines for Inclusive Language‘ published by the Department of Education in Tasmania, Australia.