Equalities monitoring

We check regularly to see how we are doing against objectives and actions we have in the policies and plans and report the outcome in a number of documents.

Equality Objectives 2017 - 2021

Objective 1 - Better understand our diverse communities and their needs

York is a culturally diverse city, with as many as 80 different languages spoken, and over 100 minority ethnic groups. The diversity of the city’s communities benefits the city, providing the talents and experiences of people from different backgrounds, faiths, beliefs and traditions. As a council, we want to connect with communities, so we are in touch with changing and emerging needs.

Objective 2 - Strengthen community participation and influence in decision making

Whilst we work hard to involve communities in local decisions, we recognise there’s always more to do. We will focus on improving how we involve communities, seeking different ways to reach people and understand what matters to them the most, especially our most vulnerable and marginalised citizens.

Objective 3 - Strengthen our own position as an equal opportunities employer and service provider

Our aspiration is to develop a workforce that reflects the city population, and gives all groups equal employment opportunities. Making sure we respond to people’s different needs in our service planning and improvement.

Objective 4 - Improve customer experience to advance equality and respond to people’s different needs

We want to continually improve our equalities data, using this to give us better information about people’s experiences. We want to consider not only service take-up and need, but also the quality of the service being received by different sections of the community.

Local Account for Adult Social Care

‘Key Notes’ is the City of York Local Account for Adult Social Care 2014. This highlights the work we have done in adult social care over the past year, including where we have performed well, as well as those areas where we know we need to continue to work with you to improve our services.

You can now view and download The Local Account for Adult Social Care.

Safer York Partnership Board

The Safer York Partnership Board's performance reports monitor hate crime in York. View our Hate Crime page for details.

Workforce equalities monitoring

See information and data about our staff.

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