London Looking For Diversity And Inclusion Champions

London City Hall. (Blackburn News file photo).

The City of London is developing a community diversity and inclusion strategy, and it wants help from the public.

“Too many people in our city still face discrimination and oppression based on race, gender and sexual orientation, and as a city, we need a strategy with a focus on anti-racism, so that everyone feels safe,” said Mayor Matt Brown.

The city is looking for volunteers to act as diversity and inclusion champion, and to take part in discussions, and come up with a strategy.

Applications are available online until December 16.

The application can be found here.