Coalition for Racial Equality & Rights

Public Sector Equality Duty

West Dunbartonshire Licensing Board

Public Sector Equality Duty Information

30 April 2013 – this was the date by which a listed authority was required to publish

  • a mainstreaming report (which includes employee information)
  • equality outcomes, prepared using involvement and evidence
  • gender pay gap information
  • a statement on equal pay and occupational segregation (first report needs to include gender data, the second report, due 4 years from the first must also include race and disability data)

The Scottish Specific duties also require public bodies to publish, within a reasonable period, the results of any Impact Assessment where it decides to apply the policy or practice in question.

Public bodies must publish information in a manner that is accessible to the public.

Mainstreaming Report

Equalities Mainstreaming Report and Equality Outcomes 2013-2017 

Equality Outcomes

Equalities Mainstreaming Report and Equality Outcomes 2013-2017  

Gender Pay Gap Information

This listed public body does not have more than 150 employees and is therefore not required to publish information on the gender pay gap or a pay statement covering gender, disability and race.  

Statement on Equal Pay and Occupational Segregation

This listed public body does not have more than 150 employees and is therefore not required to publish information on the gender pay gap or a pay statement covering gender, disability and race.    

Other Internet Available Publications

There are no additional publications available.

Equality Impact Assessments

Equaility Impact Assessment of Licensing Board Equality Scheme.   

Contact

Clerk to the Licensing Board,
West Dunbartonshire Council,
Licensing Services,
Rosebery Place,
Clydebank,
G81 1TG
Tel: 01389 738282    
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