‘Our approach [to social integration] needs to go further than integration between different nationalities, ethnic groups or faiths. It must also take account of age, social class, employment status, sexuality, gender and disability.’
This is according to the Mayor of London’s first Strategy for Social Integration, published in March 2018.
The Mayor’s work on social integration has four parts:
- Relationships – promoting shared experiences
- Participation – supporting Londoners to be active citizens
- Equality – tackling barriers and inequalities
- Evidence – improving London’s evidence base to measure, evaluate and share findings on the state of social integration.