We're committed to treating people fairly, advancing equality of opportunity, and dealing with discrimination and harassment, in all their forms. Our policy and strategy for equality and diversity, helps implement this commitment, and includes undertakings in relation to employment and service delivery.
One of the main ways we can do this is by carrying out equality impact analysis, a process which helps inform decisions we make.
We're working hard to advance equality and to tackle discrimination and harassment against people because of their protected characteristics. This includes work to improve race and faith based equality, gender equality, equality for disabled people, for people of all ages, and because of sexual orientation and gender re-assignment.
Acting fairly as an employer is an important way we can demonstrate our commitment to equality. You can find out more about our work to become a fair and diverse employer.
Help with interpretation and translation
If you need the assistance of a face-to-face or telephone interpreter; one of our documents translated into a language other than English, or information to be re-produced in an accessible format, either because your first language is not English, or you have a disability, please let the service you are in contact with know about your needs.
We also have access to interpreters when you call our Call Derbyshire number, including British Sign Language via SignLive.
See our information on the help available when you telephone Call Derbyshire.
Any enquiries about our work in relation to equality and diversity can be made to our senior policy officer for equalities email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01629 538304.