London for All’ is a London Councils’ funded project designed to capacity build London’s voluntary and community sector.
‘London for All’ can help your organisation strengthen its knowledge and skills, work more effectively and efficiently, deliver more accessible services and better support service users.
The partnership project led by London Voluntary Service Council offers insight and learning from a collective 200 years of experience, plus understanding of the practical application of such expertise.
‘London for All’ partners include Race on the Agenda, Women’s...Read more
After attending an equality and diversity training session, the service manager and his team analysed the take-up of council tax and housing benefit applications according to ethnic group. This identified low numbers of applications from...Read more
The Wales NHS Centre for Equality and Human Rights undertook a patient equality monitoring project. This has:developed a minimum data set that is inclusive of all six equality strands facilitated the necessary technical changes to be made to the patient information systems operating across NHS Wales delivered training on data collection for...Read more
A review of feedback and complaints to the taxi and private hire licensing service of Bristol City Council identified a number of complaints from drivers who felt that they were not being treated fairly by the Council. The majority of drivers were from black and...Read more
ROTA PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday 7 November 2013
Free schools failing on equalities, new research shows
Race on the Agenda (ROTA) has published new research that shows that free schools are failing to comply with statutory requirements on equality.
The research appears soon after the recent Ofsted inspection of the Al-Madinah free school in Derby, which found that statutory requirements, including those on equality, were not being met.
The Equality Act 2010 requires all schools, including free schools,...Read more
New research from Race on the Agenda (ROTA) shows that free schools are failing to comply with statutory requirements on equality.
The public sector equality duty (PSED) exists to support schools to tackle unlawful discrimination, meet diverse needs, identify and address the reasons for different educational outcomes for different groups, and create school environments where all pupils feel valued and safe from all kinds of bullying and harassment.
The Equality Act 2010 requires all schools, including free schools, to fulfil the public sector equality duty. By 6 April 2012...Read more