Consultation on Hackney's Draft Single Equality Scheme 2018-21

Closes 30 Sep 2018

Opened 25 Jul 2018

Results expected 31 Oct 2018

Feedback expected 30 Nov 2018

Overview

The Single Equality Scheme is Hackney Council's strategy for making sure the borough becomes a fairer and more equal place to live and work.

Hackney is changing fast. The population has increased by a third since 2000, there are more affluent people, house prices have doubled since 2010.

Most people are statisfied with the borough as a place to live, but there are growing inequalities. 

Mayor Philip Glanville has made ‘tackling inequality’ the first of his five priorities, but resources are increasingly stretched - Government grants will have fallen by 45% by 2019-20 from 2010-11 levels (£171m compared with £310m).

We want to know whether the priorities we have chosen and the activities we have set out for the next three years are the right ones, whether we have missed anything out and whether there is anything that needs more consideration.

Please read the Single Equality Scheme (see link under 'Related' below) and complete the survey.

If you require a print copy of the Single Equality Scheme and survey or have any other queries, please contact Rachel Salmon on 0208 356 7732 or e-mail: rachel.salmon@hackney.gov.uk.

Give Us Your Views

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Citizens' panel
  • Community groups/ organisations
  • Faith groups
  • VCS groups/ organisations
  • Staff
  • Trade unions
  • Electors
  • Residents
  • Asylum seekers & refugees
  • BME people
  • Carers
  • Children
  • Council tenants
  • Council leaseholders
  • Councillors
  • MP/ MEP
  • Expert stakeholders
  • Students
  • Service users
  • Non-service users
  • General public
  • Gypsies and travellers
  • Internet users
  • LGBT - Lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgendered people
  • Men
  • Women
  • Older people
  • Patients
  • People with disabilities
  • Parents
  • Council Committee

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  • Understanding views
  • Gathering ideas
  • Children and young people
  • Community safety
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Voluntary sector
  • Sustainability
  • Planning
  • Spending
  • Residents' satisfaction
  • Communication
  • Democracy and participation
  • Business
  • Jobs
  • Regeneration
  • Apprenticeships
  • Nursery education
  • Primary schools
  • Secondary schools
  • Sixth form/ FE colleges
  • Arts & culture
  • Libraries
  • Parks & green spaces
  • Sport & leisure
  • Cultural services
  • Museums
  • Voluntary and community sector organisations
  • Volunteering