We are committed to delivering services in a fair and equal way irrespective of age, sex, race, disability, religion or belief, pregnancy and maternity, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership or sexual orientation.
Equality Act 2010
The Equality Act seeks to ensure people are not discriminated against because of certain characteristics, like age, race, gender or disability.
See Equality Act 2010: guidance on gov.uk for more information.
Our objectives are to:
- ensure fair and equal access to all the services we deliver
- understand our communities and to strive to achieve equal life chances for all
- positively promote equality through our actions and communications
- work with our partners to develop cohesive communities
- work towards the elimination of all forms of discrimination and harassment
- achieve a balanced workforce that reflects the diversity of the community it serves.
We publish a workforce profile that includes information about the make up of our workforce. We also monitor our recruitment process to ensure that groups with protected characteristics are not disadvantaged in any way.
Download our workforce profile.
Delivering services in a fair and equal way
We are committed to delivering services in a fair and equal way and we endeavour to embed equality and diversity objectives in all our work.
We use Surrey-i, our local information system. It publishes information about our residents and communities. This helps us understand the outcomes experienced by residents with different protected characteristics.
Disability Alliance Network South West Surrey
We support the Disability Alliance Network South West Surrey, which meets every two months.
Find out more about The Disability Alliance Network South West Surrey.
To better understand the needs of local faith communities, we have established a Faith Forum which meets quarterly.
Find out more about the Faith Forum.
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