Race Equality: Repository of good practice

Examples of work and activity across London boroughs aimed at improving race equality and addressing challenges within the sector and across local communities.

London Borough of Hackney: Workforce Diversity & Inclusive Leadership. Recognising that the council will be best placed to successfully support those they serve through a more inclusive and diverse leadership, in 2018 Hackney embarked on a major corporate equality programme, supported and promoted by a team of trained champions across the organisation.

London Borough of Camden: Zero Tolerance of Racist Abuse in Adult Care Settings. In response to concerns raised by staff, Camden Council’s adult social care service has articulated a zero tolerance approach to racism and any form of prejudicial behaviour - and developed a Memorandum of Understanding as a way of putting that approach that into practice.

London Borough of Sutton: new approach to anti racism in children’s social care and safeguarding. Sutton's Children Services have adopted a dynamic and innovative approach to deliver anti-racism practice by employing an Anti-Racist Practice Lead. 

London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham: Get Ahead. Hammersmith & Fulham have established a career development programme, centred around an individual's needs, that helps to grow their own talent pool.

London Borough of Bromley: Inclusive recruitment and professional development. Bromley are undertaking a range of activity to embed inclusivity and support professional success within the organisation.

London Councils response to the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities consultation on Ethnic Disparities and Inequality in the UK


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