Equality, diversity, and inclusion

Hillingdon Council is committed to promoting equality of opportunity, celebrating and valuing diversity, eliminating unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation, and promoting good relations.

Our policies and procedures are intended to ensure fairness and inclusion for all and reinforce our commitment to delivering accessible and relevant services, and equality in employment.

The council, along with its partners, aims to create a strong and resilient community in Hillingdon, to counter extremism and hate in all its forms, while bringing communities together to promote cohesion and integration.

We also want to build a strong sense of belonging and pride where all people feel valued and included, whether living, working within, or visiting the borough.

The Public Sector Equality Duty establishes both a general and specific duties for public bodies such as the council.
Information on apprentices and Project Search, gender and ethnicity pay gap, pay policy and policy statement.
The legal context for the council's approach to equality is provided by the Equality Act 2010.
Details of Hillingdon Council's accessibility statement.