We want to hear your views on our new draft equality, diversity & inclusion (EDI) objectives.

EDI Strategy

Consultation Details

Consultation open 23 January 2023 to 06 March 2023

We want to hear your views on our new draft equality, diversity & inclusion (EDI) objectives.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy Consultation

The Public Sector Equality Duty requires all public authorities, like Nottingham City Council, to publish one or more equality objectives it thinks it should achieve to fulfil the public sector equality duty. These objectives must be renewed every four years. 

Our current objectives feature in our current Equality, Diversity and Inclusion strategy which you can find by clicking here. We are asking you for your views on our new draft equality, diversity & inclusion objectives. We are consulting with you to make sure that our objectives fully reflect our communities in Nottingham. The objectives are the things that we plan to do. These objectives will guide our work for the next four years. When our objectives are agreed we will develop our actions to help us monitor how we are doing. The objectives will help us to tackle inequality and achieve our vision to improve equality, diversity and inclusion both as an employer and a service provider. 

Your views matter to us

We know that the best results and changes can only be achieved by working in partnership with you – residents, students, workers, partner organisations, voluntary organisations or businesses and anyone who has an interest in Nottingham City Council.

Your feedback is really important so please get involved. We would like to hear from you.

This consultation will run from 23 January 2023 until 3 March 2023.

How to take part

Please share your views by completing our online survey. You can find this by clicking the 'take the survey' button at the top of this page. It should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. If you require a paper copy, Large Print or Braille of the survey, please can you email us on engage@nottinghamcity.gov.uk.