Project 3.1 – Community Engagement and Participation
Lead Officer: Jan Cromarty
3.11 – There is an improvement in the participated rates of under-represented groups in civic and public life.
3.12 – More people believe that there has been an improvement in relations across diverse communities and harassment and hate crimes are dealt with effectively.
3.15 – The authority has a sophisticated and segmented understanding of its local communities which influences and informs policy developments.
3.16 – All sections of the community are satisfied that the authority and its partners have taken their views into account.
3.17 – Effective forums are in place to enable all equality stakeholders / representatives of vulnerable and marginalised groups to challenge, scrutinise and evaluate priorities.
3.24 – More people believe that they have been treated fairly and that their human rights have been respected
3.25 – There is increased satisfaction with services amongst all users, including vulnerable and marginalised groups. (Links to 3.21)
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