Understanding Bournemouth’s communities
Diversity monitoring usually comes in the form of a survey or feedback form. We use diversity monitoring to get information about staff and service users and Bournemouth residents.
This helps us to make sure everyone can use our services. Here’s a guide to diversity monitoring.
Stonewall are an equality charity and have a useful booklet that may be able to answer your questions about monitoring.
We have to get information about how Bournemouth employees are recruited, trained and supported, as well as how many of them are taken on and what for.
Our employee profiles:
Why we need to know
The Government’s Equality Legislation means we have to ask these questions.
Your information helps us find similarities and differences in Bournemouth’s communities. We want to understand residents’ priorities to help us make important decisions. We can identify problems linked to the following things and work towards fixing them:
- Race - this includes ethnic or national origins, colour or nationality
- Gender Reassignment
- Marriage and Civil Partnership
- Pregnancy and Maternity
- Sexual orientation
We can also see any discrimination, or policies that make life difficult for any of Bournemouth’s communities and work towards ending them.