London is a wonderfully diverse city and we consider equality in all our work. This includes education, employment, health, transport, housing, policing and crime, engaging different communities and the 2012 Games legacy. We’re committed to promoting fairness and tackling discrimination in London. We’re also working to improve opportunities for all Londoners by removing the barriers that stop people reaching their full potential.

Woman with visual impairment with a hotel staff member
The warmth of London’s welcome was one of the major factors in the success of the 2012 games. Continuing this great London welcome will help to ensure a good customer experience, repeat visits, and the city’s international profile. The GLA’s Destination London is a free online training course for staff in the tourism, hospitality and retail sectors. More
Older couple at Aquatics Centre, copyright LLDC
The Mayor’s initiatives strive to make London one of the world’s most age friendly cities. The number of Londoners over the age of 90 is set to increase by 145%, rising... More
Spiral staircase
London 2012 - Accessible & Inclusive Games The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games were the best ever. The Mayor’s Accessibility for Visitors Programme leading... More
People on the street
The Mayor’s revised Equal Life Chances for All (2014) framework sets out how we include equality in everything the GLA does. It also highlights the GLA’s... More