Tackling inequalities - The Salford way

Boosted the pay of over

4,000

care workers in the city by an extra

£768

Increased the number of accredited

Real Living Wage employers in Salford to 83

boosting the pay of over 2,700 people.

4,700

residents supported with free and independent welfare rights and debt advice.

1 point 5MILLIONpounds

committed to improve skills and work opportunities for young people and adults.

Key highlights 2021-22

Relaunched Salford's

10% BETTER CAMPAIGN

to further improve social value through the city's collective spend and activities.

7MILLIONpounds

funding secured to decarbonise the city's public buildings – cutting emissions and creating new green jobs.

Launch of the

WOMEN AND GIRLS' COMMISSION

to raise awareness of women's lived experiences of inequality and develop solutions.

135

organisations now signed up to the

SALFORD EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS CHARTER.

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