Barton House evacuation: information for residents.

Information on the gender pay gap and other equalities statistics and research.

 We carry out research into equalities groups and analyse data to:

  • identify where work needs to be done to tackle disadvantaged and low represented groups in the community
  • make sure everyone gets equal access to our services

Gender pay gap

We publish our gender pay gap every 12 months. The gender pay gap report shows the pay gap between female and male Bristol City Council employees for the year ending 31 March 2019. 

Statistics and research 

Key statistics about equalities communities

Population profiles by equalities group can be found on the population of Bristol page.

The profiles analyse Census 2021 data to look at the differences between groups in

  • age
  • health and disability
  • economic activity
  • occupation, qualifications
  • housing and household composition

The profiles also map the distribution of population groups across the city.

You can also find an Equalities Statistics guide which outlines the main sources of equalities statistics for Bristol, including information on:

  • age
  • sex
  • ethnic group
  • religion
  • disability
  • sexual orientation
  • gender identity
  • legal partnership status

Quality of Life in Bristol 

The Quality of Life survey is a yearly survey carried out in Bristol. It gives us information about the quality of life for Bristol's residents.  It's broken down by ward, equalities groups and areas of deprivation. 

Equalities monitoring 

We monitor people by equalities group to identify any inequalities in service delivery and in employment.

This information helps us to:

  • take action to reduce differences in the uptake, representation and outcomes experienced by different service users and our employees.
  • improve our services for the benefit of Bristol's communities

Open Data Bristol 

The Open Data Bristol project has data and information about Bristol, including useful information about people with protected characteristics. You can look at the Quality of Life survey responses by equalities groups

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is a profile of data about the health and wellbeing of Bristol. It aims to help with:

  • designing and delivering services
  • tackling health inequalities across communities in Bristol

The assessment is produced by a number of organisations across Bristol.