Equalities Minister, Stuart Andrew MP, visits Brighton for National HIV Testing Week to show how quick and easy it is to get tested

Graham Robson February 6, 2024

Lead pic: Minister for Equalities, Stuart Andrew MP, visits Jubilee Library’s HIV and STI test vending machines Today (Tuesday, February 6), Minister for Equalities, Stuart Andrew MP, visited Terrence Higgins Trust in Brighton to show how easy it is to test for HIV and see the city’s world-leading HIV and sexual health services to mark […]

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In The South

Greens describe new anti-racism strategy as “a vital step forward for the city” 

Graham Robson March 17, 2023

Following work with dozens of organisations, Brighton. & Hove city councillors voted through an anti-racism strategy that lays out how Brighton & Hove City Council will combat racism. 

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New grant scheme to help vulnerable people this winter

Graham Robson December 22, 2020

Small grants up to a maximum of £5,000 are available for community and voluntary organisations in the city who can deliver extra support quickly to help vulnerable people and families this winter.

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In The South

Decline in local authority compliance with equalities responsibilities

Besi Besemar October 7, 2016

A study carried out by researchers at the University of Brighton challenges the assumption that good progress is being made on equalities. Between 2014 and 2016 only 10 percent of local authorities in England were found to have improved in their compliance with the specific duties of the Equality Act 2010 and associated government guidance, whilst 40 percent had declined. Over half of local authorities were failing to demonstrate compliance in 2016.

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