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6. How well is inequality being addressed?

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What success would mean

“We will be a society free from inequality and discrimination, striving for greater equality of opportunity for all, actively opposing and challenging racism.”

“We will be healthy and fulfilled – through living in good housing, with wide opportunities to develop as individuals and communities, through access to services, good quality food, green space and cultural, sporting and leisure activities.”

London Sustainable Development Commission1

Addressing inequality is good for...

Examples of Relevant National Indicators:


Case Study:
Tackling environmental inequalities on the Mark’s Gate Estate

What is it?

How does it work?

What are the main impacts?

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Footnotes
1. London Sustainable Development Commission Framework
2. Lynch, et al, 2004. Is Income Inequality a Determinant of Population Health? Part 1. A Systematic Review.  Milbank Quarterly.  Vol 82 (1)
3. London Health Commission, 2006. Sustainable Local Economies for Health project (SLEHP).
4. Joseph Rowntree Foundation

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