The following reporting centres can be used to report any hate incident.
What a disability hate incident is, how to report it and what to do if you need support.
The BME (Black & Minority Ethnic) Workers’ Forum represents BME council employees in the local authority.
If English is not your first language, the council can provide interpreters at interviews or over the phone to help our customers.
What a racist or religiously motivated incident is, how to report it and what to do if you need support.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning & Intersex (LGBTQ) Workers’ Forum represents LGBTQ council employees in the local authority.
What a homophobic, biphobic or transphobic motivated incident is, how to report it and what to do if you need support.
The Disabled Workers and Carers Network (DWCN) represents employees from across the council who are disabled and/or have recognised long term illnesses, and/or who have caring responsibilities.
Results of the 2016 Equality Framework for Local Government (EFLG) assessment.
A community covenant represents a pledge of mutual support between a civilian community and its local armed forces community.
How we collect information about you to improve equality.
What the equality act is and what we are doing as a council.
Our equality and inclusion policy describes how we promote, facilitate and deliver equality within the council and the rest of the city.
How we use Equality Impact Assessments (EIAs) to improve services.
The Women's Network represents all women working in the local authority.
Our staff groups represent our diverse workforce.
Brighton & Hove City Council signed up to the British Deaf Association (BDA) charter for British Sign Language in 2017.
How we work to advance equality and inclusion for Trans and Non-Binary communities.
About our 'my pronouns are' campaign.