Council seeks views on inclusion and diversity
Eastleigh Borough Council aims to provide inclusive services that meet the needs of our diverse communities. This means enabling everyone to access and benefit from our range of services, and encouraging equal opportunity, whether that’s having the right facilities for disabled people at our venues, supporting Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities to access public services, or ensuring we provide great customer service.
To help do this we have drafted a plan with some key actions the Council will take and we would welcome your views about this, and anything else that you feel the Council could do to help people who experience discrimination or exclusion.
Cabinet Lead for Social Policy, Cllr Tina Campbell, said: “The Council has a clear responsibility to make life fairer for people in the Borough. We know that there are inequalities in society and the COVID pandemic has made this even clearer than before. We aim to do what we can to value each and every resident. I strongly encourage everyone to have a look at the survey and give us their thoughts.”
Read the draft plan and complete the survey or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also request a paper copy by phoning 023 8068 8000.
The consultation runs until March 15.