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.

Male wheelchair user on elevated walkway at Science Museum ©VisitBritain
Inclusive design makes London a more accessible city. It creates an environment that is more accessible for all. Find out more about the Built Environment Professionals Education Project. More
Team London volunteers
Read the Mayor’s Annual Equality Report 2013/14 for facts and figures and what we are doing to achieve equality. More
Older couple at Aquatics Centre, copyright LLDC
Find out how the Mayor is striving to make London one of the world’s most age friendly cities. More
Love is GREAT. Gay couple embracing by the River Thames with the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben in the background, London. ©VisitBritain Melody Thornton
The Mayor is committed to ensuring the LGBT community continues to play an important role In London's economy, cultural life and society. Find out more. More