We are committed to the principles of fairness and equality both in service delivery and employment to ensure everyone can take a full active part in society.
We want to create a community for all people, who live in, work in and visit Flintshire in which difference is valued and harassment and discrimination is not tolerated.
We use the Equality Impact Assessment process to ensure that departments consider the effects on equality when making decisions.
Gypsies and Irish Travellers are recognised in law as minority ethnic groups and are protected under the Race Relations Amendment Act .
Response to Refugee Crisis
Safeguarding includes everything a Council can do to keep people safe, including minimising the risk of harm and accidents, taking action to tackle safety concerns and ensuring people grow up and live in safe circumstances.
This plan sets out our equality objectives and action plans for making Flintshire a fairer place where people can achieve their potential, thrive and prosper.
This is the annual workforce information report produced by Flintshire County Council that incorporates all nine of the protected characteristics as required by the Equalities Act 2010.