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Local Elections 2016: Will Your Candidates Tackle Inequality And Poverty?

The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing income inequality.

 

 Because more equal societies work better for everyone

LOCal elections 2016

Dear , 

It is now just over two months until there are important elections across the UK for devolved governments, local authorities and Mayoral offices. All these institutions have extensive powers that can be used to tackle inequality and poverty and we can make them use those powers

Your local representatives have the power to affect what people are paid within these institutions and also the pay, terms and conditions applying to those employed by private sector contractors. They also have the power to establish good practice across their areas in terms of living wages and a whole host of policies that can tangibly improve the quality of life where you live. 

Your local candidates' contact details will be on the websites of your local council or devolved government and we are asking our supporters to take the following steps (you may find it useful to review the attached briefing note before contacting your local candidates):

1. Ask all your local candidates to agree to the following simple pledge: 
 
If elected, I will endeavour to use all the powers at my disposal to tackle inequality and poverty. 

Please also invite your local candidates 
to sign up to our mailing list so they can receive the very latest information and developments with regard to inequality. 

2. Forward any candidate responses to me at bill.kerry@equalitytrust.org.uk so we can analyse them (please do let the candidates know you intend to do this).

3. Follow up with any elected candidates using our Make My Council Fair campaign pack to help them deliver on their pledge.
 
If you live in an area that is not having elections in May, you can still use the Make My Council Fair pack to urge your council to tackle inequality and poverty. We recommend that the questions are asked via the Freedom of Information portal on your relevant local authority's website as that will probably guarantee a quicker and better quality response than just a letter. 

We also know that such campaigning is easier (and much more fun!) when done as part of a group. If you want to join your nearest local equality group or start one where you live, just contact me at bill.kerry@equalitytrust.org.uk and I will be glad to help you.

Everyone has a council, so everyone can make a difference!

Thank you for your support.
 
Bill
 
Bill Kerry
Supporters & Local Groups Manager
The Equality Trust
 

 

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