The Equality Act 2010 specifically requires public sector organisations to:
Prepare and publish equality objectives that are specific and measurable.
Publish details every four years of how we have engaged with local communities in developing the objectives
- Publish the objectives in a format that is accessible.
The Equality Delivery System (EDS) was commissioned by the national Equality and Diversity Council in 2010 and launched in July 2011. It is a system that helps NHS organisations improve the services they provide for their local communities and provide better working environments, free of discrimination, for those who work in the NHS, while meeting the requirements of the Equality Act 2010. The EDS was developed by the NHS, for the NHS, taking inspiration from existing work and good practice.
Click below for more information about how Airedale is delivering against this framework.
Airedale is part of a district wide Equality group consisting of Bradford Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust, Bradford District Care Foundation Trust and the Clinical Commissioning Groups. This group has agreed a series of equality objectives as well as some local ones for individual organisations to work on. The presentations below provide further detail about how each organisation is working on these objectives.
Equality Panel Presentation- Age and Disability Equality Panel Presentation- Sexual Orientation and Transgender Equality Panel Presentation- Race, Religion or Belief Equality Panel Presentation- Gender and Maternity