Fairness Commission

The Redbridge Fairness Commission was set up in January 2015 by Redbridge Council to investigate poverty and inequality in Redbridge and look at how we and our partners are taking action to address it.

The Commission outlined a number of recommendations that it thought we and other local organisations can implement to make sure we’re looking after our most vulnerable residents, giving people the best start in life and ensuring opportunity for all, particularly as pressures on our resources increase.

The Council's Cabinet received the recommendations in March 2016 and agreed an action plan to take forward 37 of the Commission's 39 recommendations.

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The multi-agency Immigration Corporate Panel was set up by Cabinet in October 2016 in response to one of the recommendations of the Fairness Commission. The final report of the Panel went to Cabinet on 17 July 2017 and all recommendations were agreed. The Council and partners are now working to implement the recommendations.

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