This series of bulletins reports on the desired outcomes of the Equal Life Chances for All framework.
Bulletin 8 The employment gap – update
Presents data on the changes in the employment rates of different groups of Londoners.
Bulletin 7 The pay gap - update
Presents data on the changes in the pay gap in London by gender, ethnicity and disability.
Bulletin 6 Civic representation
Presents data on the diversity of London's elected representative bodies. The desired outcome for Equal Life Chances for All is for the diversity of London's MPs, councillors and Assembly members to reflect the diversity of London.
Bulletin 5 Housing
Presents data on the levels of homelessness, affordable and family-sized housing and lifetime and wheelchair accessible homes in London.
Bulletin 4 Qualifications of Londoners
Shows how the qualification levels of Londoners are increasing.
Bulletin 3 Londoners views on diversity and discrimination
The desired outcomes are an increase in the percentage of Londoners who see London’s diversity as a positive aspect of living in the capital and who feel that there is less discrimination in their neighbourhood than three years ago.
Bulletin 2 The employment gap
The desired outcome for Equal Life Chances for All is to close the employment gap between different groups of Londoners.
Bulletin 1 The pay gap
The desired outcome for Equal Life Chances for All is to decrease the pay gap between different groups of Londoners.