Online Symposium: Covid-19 & Queer Asylum 29th of April 10 AM - 4 PM To leave no one behind we need to grasp racism in its intersections with other forms of discrimination …
The city commits itself to be an equal opportunities employer and equitable service provider, and to engage in monitoring, training and development to achieve this objective.
- To engage in routine diversity audits in order to inform the development of appropriate policies and practice on the basis of an accurate data base.
- To identify and provide support for the learning and development needs of municipal employees by setting up introductory and advanced training for local authority staff in order to: enhance their ability to manage ethnic and cultural diversity; promote intercultural dialogue; develop competence in anti-discriminatory practice; and acquire the necessary competences in order to provide culturally sensitive and appropriate services.
- To implement positive action in order to improve the representation of discriminated groups or communities in city authority staff; and particularly in their executive bodies.