A basic requirement of human rights is that people are involved in decisions affecting them, but too often groups and individuals are unable to participate in consultations about the future of the city or their communities.
The Community Voices project aims at engaging hard-to-reach members of the community, asking them what their priorities are, and what issues affect them.
During 2019/20 we have been exploring people’s perceptions and understanding of hate crime in York. Please download the report here: Community Voices report – 2020 – hate crime
The Community Voices project, sponsored by City of York Council, runs until March 2021, and is currently focusing on the experiences of disabled people.