Equality and diversity

We value the diversity of people in Calderdale and are committed to ensuring equality of access to all our services.

Asylum seekers

Help and advice is available for families and single adults who arrive in Calderdale through the National Asylum Support Service.

Hate incident reporting centres

If you are subjected to a racist, homophobic, disability or faith based incident, you should report it.

Public sector equality duty

The Equality Act 2010 came into force in April 2011 and created a new public sector duty, replacing the race, disability and gender equality duties.

Stonewall diversity champions

In Calderdale we’re proud to say that everyone is different and everyone matters. By this, we mean that no matter who you are, what background you come from or what your beliefs are, we value everyone for who they are.

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