The Youth Justice Board for England and Wales' equality and diversity statement and how equality and diversity are monitored.
We are committed to ensuring that equality remains at the heart of what we do. This includes how we:
The Equality Act 2010 extended legal protection to groups with ‘protected characteristics’. The protected characteristics are:
The Youth Justice Board for England and Wales (YJB) is a public body within the meaning of the act and must therefore pay due regard to the need to:
Our specific duty as a public body is to be transparent about how we will demonstrate compliance by publishing one or more equality objectives.
We aim to ensure that YJB staff at all levels reflects the diversity of the society they serve and to ensure our HR practices remain compliant with the equality statement.
You can read our full equality and diversity statement and planned actions in the
YJB Equality and Diversity strategy 2013
(PDF, 179KB, 13 pages)
We publish data on the make-up of our workforce in the
YJB Equality and Diversity Report - December 2016
(PDF, 125KB, 4 pages)
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