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Collaborate on the implementation of equalities practice

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London has become a more unequal city in recent years and the effects of widening inequality has had a negative impact on all Londoners, contributing to a more stressful and unhealthy environment.

 

Studies have demonstrated that the greater the levels of inequality, the higher the crime rate. LVSC calls on the next Mayor to honour and uphold the rights and freedoms of each individual, based on the core principles of dignity, equality and respect; and for the GLA to move beyond mere compliance to a more collaborative approach with the sector on this issue.

 

We ask the new Mayor to:

 

  • Collaborate on the implementation of equalities practice

  • Appoint task and finish groups to work with VCSE organisations

  • Mandate these groups to design and implement effective equalities practice

  • Help ensure the productive collation of results from equalities impact assessments

  • Oversee and rigorously monitor the translation of those results into delivery plans

 

How the candidates responded to the 6 Asks
LVSC Manifesto 'ask' Caroline Pidgeon Lib Dem Party candidate Sadiq Khan Labour Party candidate Sian Berry Green Party candidate Zac Goldsmith Conservative Party candidate
Collaborate on equalities implementation

Yes

Yes

Maybe

Maybe

Yes

Yes

Maybe

Maybe

 

Collaborate on Equalities

 

 

6 Asks for the new Mayor of London