Point 5 - The City as an Active Supporter of Equal Opportunity Practices

To facilitate equal opportunities employment practices and support for diversity in the labour market through exercising the existing discretionary powers of the city authority.

  • To employ the existing powers of the city as a purchaser through the inclusion of non-discrimination clauses in local contracts.
  • To set up a certification procedure for local firms, shops and local professional entities who are committed to challenging racism and willing to accept the implementation of the local mechanisms for dealing with complaints  about discrimination.
  • To set up a partnership with businesses interested in supporting city authority anti-racist policies and in promoting diversity as an economic strategy and a commercial  asset.