Equality, diversity and inclusion
Stroud District Council is committed to equality of opportunity for all people regardless of race, disability, sex, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief (including non-religious beliefs), gender re-assignment, marital status, and pregnancy and maternity. We recognise and value the diversity of the local community and believe that equality is central to the provision of modern quality services.
The Equality Act 2010 requires the council to publish equality information on the local community, those who use its services and on its staff. We hope you find the information here of interest. If you would like us to add any additional information please let us know.
Equality, diversity and inclusion policy
Download our equality, diversity and inclusion policy.
Equality impact assessments
An Equality Impact Assessment (EIA) is a process for ensuring that equality and social inclusion issues are considered against council services and policies.
We publish data about our workforce including staff numbers, sickness absence, suspensions and equalities information.
Key demographic information for each of Stroud District’s 27 wards available as infographics.
- Review of street or building name and monuments in the Stroud district