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Friday, October 30, 2020

Your opinions matter to us

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is calling on the public’s participation to enhance its decision-making processes and inform the services it offers.

The Council is seeking people from all types of backgrounds to have their say and help shape equality.

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There are two ways to get involved:

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As a local group(s) equality representative on Council’s Equality Forum which normally meets in person each quarter; or

As a consultee who receives emails, completes surveys or keeps an eye on the Council’s website and shares comments about new proposals and potential changes to our practices.

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If you are interested in helping us in either of these ways please email Equality@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk  and let us know if you wish to be part of the Equality Forum or become a Consultee.  

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