H&F Equalities Objectives 2018-20

Closed 23 Feb 2018

Opened 12 Jan 2018

Overview

Our priorities to boost equality – tell us what you think

We’re making plans to ensure everyone in Hammersmith & Fulham has equal opportunities to thrive.

But before we develop them further, we want to know what you think.

We believe in working with, not doing things to local people so we’d love to hear your views on our four priorities and our plans to deliver them.

Our priorities

  • Tackling hate-related crime – We don’t tolerate hate crime in H&F. We work with the police and support groups to stamp it out and help victims. But we want to do more and we can coordinate better if we appoint a new hate crime coordinator.  

 

  • Tackling Isolation and loneliness – Nobody should suffer from isolation and loneliness. We want to expand our work teaming up with charities, enhancing our own services and introducing new ways to bring our communities together. This is also a key priority of H&F’s independent Older People’s Commission.

 

  • Ensuring economic opportunities for all– By making sure everyone has the chance to get the training and jobs, and progress in their chosen careers. Our plans include innovative schemes to boost small businesses, such as our ground-breaking partnership with Imperial College London.

 

  • Supporting people to live fulfilling lives – We are working hand-in-hand with residents to help them make the changes they want to see in H&F. We have worked with communities to establish local commissions of residents and experts on a diverse range of issues and have already seen some real, positive changes within our community.

 

How to find out more  

You will find a full list of priorities below or contact Julien Danero-Iglesias at Julien.Danero-Iglesias@lbhf.gov.uk to find out more.

 

Give us your views!

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Children and young people
  • Community safety
  • Faith and religion
  • Gender issues
  • Health and well being
  • Older people issues
  • Race issues
  • Sexual orientation
  • Democracy and participation
  • Residents' satisfaction
  • Residents' priorities