Human Rights Indicator Report

 

How can we measure York’s journey to becoming a Human Rights City? We’ve worked with City of York Council, York CVS, North Yorkshire Police and the voluntary sector to develop indicators in five different areas:

  • Non-discrimination and Equality
  • Health and Social Care
  • Housing
  • Education
  • Standards of Living

These areas were decided through a participatory process with residents and community groups.

We held a public meeting to discuss findings of the 2020 report on 10th December 2020; this special edition includes extra information on the effects of COVID-19, and response to the pandemic, within the city. 

 

We held a public meeting to discuss findings of the 2019 report on 10th December 2019; this special edition includes extra information on the right to a decent standard of living. 

Download: York Human Rights 4th Indicator Report 2019

We held a public meeting to discuss findings of the 2018 report on 10th December 2018; this special edition includes extra information on the right to housing.

Download: York Human Rights 3rd Indicator Report 2018

On 7th December 2017, we released our second report reporting on progress and challenges.

Download: York Human Rights 2nd Indicator Report 2017

We developed our first report with indicators to measure York’s progress towards dealing with these key human rights issues in December 2016.

Download: York Human Rights Indicator Baseline Report 2016

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