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Equality and diversity

Disability Confident logoEquality is about making sure people are treated fairly. Equality is not about treating everyone in the same way, but it recognises that their needs are met in different ways.

Equality focuses on those areas covered by law, namely the key areas of age, gender, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.

  • We aim to be recognised as a leader of diversity and equality in our work and as an example of good practice in employment.
  • Develop a diverse and inclusive workforce at all levels of the Council.
  • Develop services that meet the diverse needs of our customers and potential customers.
  • Commission services that meet our equality commitments.


    Meet our legal obligations.


Interpreters services

We fully endorse the removal of all barriers to effective participation regarding; disability, ethnicity, religion, loca...

Equality Impact Assessments

Why undertake equality impact assessments? As good practice EIAs are a way of analysing the impact of what we...

Equality Objectives

From April The Equality Act 2010 introduced the Public Sector Equality Duty to ensure that public bodies consi...

Further information and advice and support

Equality considerations for our procurement service. If you are providing a service or goods for the council we ask tha...


At Erewash Borough Council, we are committed to developing a greater understanding and awareness of the diversity of our...

Our Equality Duty

The public sector equality duty consists of a general equality duty and specific duties which are imposed by secondary l...