The Mayor’s strategy for equality, diversity and inclusion

The Mayor’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy sets out how he will work to create a fairer, more equal, integrated city where all people feel welcome and able to fulfil their potential.

The strategy has six parts:

  • a great place to live
  • a great place for young people 
  • a great place to work and do business 
  • getting around 
  • a safe, healthy and enjoyable city 
  • leading by example

A summary of the strategy in British Sign Language, audio and subtitles

Evidence base

The equality, diversity and inclusion evidence base informs the Mayor's strategy and outlines the scale of inequality between different groups of Londoners for a range of social policy issues.

See the evidence base

Measuring progress

A set of indicators are being used to monitor the state of equality in London. These will be used to check whether the priorities in the strategy remain the right ones and to guide future decision making.

See the set of indicators

Mayor's Annual Equality Report

This report contains a summary of actions taken in the 2018-19 financial year against each of the 39 objectives outlined in the Mayor’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.

Read Annual Equality Report 2018/19

Read previous Annual Equality Reports.


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