Review of equality outcomes
The equality outcomes are used to measure the council's progress in making Aberdeen a fairer and more equitable city.  With a focus in reducing disadvantage for particular groups of people who may face disproportionate inequality and disadvantage because of a particular characteristic.
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How important should this priority be? with 5 highest, 1 lowest *
Children and young people with a disability and their families are supported and included enabling them to achieve their full potential.
How important should this priority be? with 5 highest, 1 lowest *
Young people who are pregnant or parents in education are identified and supported at an early stage.
How important should this priority be? with 5 highest, 1 lowest *
All children and young people in Aberdeen have an understanding of their rights and develop the ethos and culture to improve well-being and develop every child's talents and abilities to their full potential.
How important should this priority be? with 5 highest, 1 lowest *
External Cultural/Arts organisations who receive investment from Aberdeen City Council actively promote and engage with those with protected characteristics in designing, planning and delivering activity.
How important should this priority be? with 5 highest, 1 lowest *
Physical and social barriers are removed for those with a disability to access education and school spaces
How important should this priority be? with 5 highest, 1 lowest *
Children and young people feel safe, respected and included, regardless of race, religion, or background.
How important should this priority be? with 5 highest, 1 lowest *
Children and young people will have improved access to mental health education and support
How important should this priority be? with 5 highest, 1 lowest *
The educational attainment of children with disabilities and/or children with additional support needs, gypsy traveller children and looked after children are improved
How important should this priority be? with 5 highest, 1 lowest
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) children and young people feel safe, respected and included in school.
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