Council defends gay rights record after criticism

Council defends gay rights record after criticism
 

Researchers have criticised town hall chiefs for failing to comply with the Equality Act and working to improve the lives of LGBTQ people.
A team from the University of Brighton found the town hall’s performance on equalities had got worse since 2014 while compiling its ambitious research project Liveable Lives.
The researchers graded every local authority in the country for how well they were complying with the duties the Act gives to town halls.
They downgraded Wigan Council from a rating of three, indicating weak compliance, in 2014 to four, meaning the authority was failing to meet one... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 28
Source: Wigan Today
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