Equalities and inclusion strategy

Our vision is to make Salford a fair and inclusive city where everyone has equal access to services and opportunities and are included and represented in decisions that affect them.

Salford’s new equality strategy aims to support our ambition to make Salford an environment where everyone has an equal voice and access to opportunities, irrespective of their age, disability status, ethnicity, faith, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation or socio-economic background.

In Salford, we think about equality and inclusion as having the right to be treated as an individual and not to be discriminated against because of who you are or what makes you different from other people. Where a person or community experiences discrimination, then this needs to be addressed to ensure all the people of Salford have equal chances and opportunities to live and fulfil their potential in a city where everyone feels safe and respected.

Our priorities for a fair and inclusive Salford:

  1. People are visibly represented in decision-making and have their differences valued
  2. People have equal physical and digital access to services and spaces
  3. People are communicated with in the right language while receiving support to access mainstream information
  4. Tackling structural racial inequality

Watch the launch of the Salford Equality and Inclusion Strategy

Watch the launch of the Equality Strategy 

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Salford communities talk about inequality in Salford

Watch a BSL and spoken version of the Equalities Strategy. If you would like to see subtitles please turn on the YouTube subtitles/closed captions option.

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