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'It is our diversity that helps us serve you better.'
Information on our work with equalities communities, organisations and groups can be found here. This is a core element of our team’s work.
Our vision is:
To eliminate discrimination, harassment, victimisation, advance equality of opportunity between people from different groups and foster good relations between people from different groups.
This is the essence of the duty that all public bodies must meet and it is our aim to actively deliver this duty through all of our services, functions and decision-making processes and through the power we have to influence partners.
This applies to the services we provide and to our role as an employer.
Equality of opportunity is not about treating everyone the same. It is about treating everyone according to their needs; it is about treating people fairly. Diversity is about recognising that people are different and have differing needs.
In these pages you will find out what we are doing to achieve our vision.
Public sector organisations are working in partnership to promote their employment opportunities to lesbian, gay and bisexual staff. 25 LGB&T members of staff working in health, legal, education and other sectors are profiled in Out in the Workplace (pdf, 5.0 MB) - a resource we produce annually with the support of other public sector agencies featured.
Islam is one of the main faiths practised in Britain today. Since 9/11 and the London bombings in July 2005 there has been a rise in Islamophobia. Myths about Islam and Muslims are common. It is important that the wider community has access to information about Islam and diverse Muslim communities in Bristol and Britain, in order to promote better understanding and community cohesion. Muslims in Bristol and Britain booklet: FAQ's, Myths and the Facts (pdf, 1.0 MB).
The Equality and Community Cohesion Team (ECCT) advises on: equalities legislation, equalities monitoring, equality impact assessments and creating accessible environments. The team undertakes projects, conducts research and works in partnership with others to promote equality of opportunity, to eliminate discrimination and harassment.
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Equality and Community Cohesion Team Bristol City Council, 100 Temple Street P O Box 3176 Bristol, BS3 9FS Opening Hours
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
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- Work: 0117 922 2662
- Fax: 0117 922 2392