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  • Updated a month ago

    Survey of Londoners Headline findings

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    The Mayor of London has placed a high priority on improving social integration, equality, diversity and inclusion, economic fairness and food security across the city. Recognising the need for better evidence in these areas to ensure that policy and programmes have maximum impact, the GLA conducted the Survey of Londoners in 2018/19, an online and paper self-completion survey of adults aged 16 and over in London. The Survey, which recei...
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Evidence Base for London

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    The Mayor has a role to play in leading, shaping and responding to changes in London through the work of the GLA group. Inclusive London: the Mayor's equality, diversity and inclusion strategy sets out how he will help address the inequalities, barriers and discrimination experienced by groups protected by the Equality Act 2010, as well as wider issues. These include poverty and socio-economic inequality, and the challenges and disadvan...
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion Measures

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    This dataset supports the Mayor's equality, diversity and inclusion strategy. It brings together publicly available data relevant to equalities in London into a series of measures. These will be updated over time to monitor the delivery of the strategy.
  • Updated 2 years ago

    Mortality Risk from High Temperatures in London (Triple Jeopardy Mapping)

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    A heatwave refers to a prolonged period of unusually hot weather. While there is no standard definition of a heatwave in England, the Met Office generally uses the World Meteorological Organization definition of a heatwave, which is "when the daily maximum temperature of more than five consecutive days exceeds the average maximum temperature by 5°C, the normal period being 1961-1990". They are common in the northern and southern hemisph...