Wrexham Community Cohesion Strategy 2011-14 Equality Information and Outcomes 1

Wrexham
Community Cohesion Strategy 2011-14
Equality Information and Outcomes
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Overview of presentation:
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Background to cohesion in Wrexham
Strategy development – Equality duties
Performance monitoring
Results Based Accountability – theory
Results Based Accountability – reality!
Putting it all together – performance
framework that includes equality
monitoring
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Strategic
Objective/Actions
Performance
Indicators/Milest
ones
Target
Q1
Q2
Q3
Actu
al
LSB
trainin
g
undert
aken
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TPRC
sInclud
es
LSB
organi
sation
s
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Includ
es
Conta
ct
Wrexh
am
Colo
ur
Green
Green
Green
Actu
al
LGBT
group
commi
tment
Disabili
ty
Comm
unity
Faith
Comm
unity –
initial
meetin
gs held
Work
ongoin
g
Colo
ur
Green
Green
Green
Actu
al
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Less
report
s
46
Colo
ur
Green
Amber
Green
Lead
Organisation
/
Partnership
Q4
4. Integration
4.2 Continue to develop
network of third
party reporting
centres to report
and record and
respond where
appropriate to
hate incidents
both within the
communities of
Wrexham and
within the
workplace.
4.2.1 TPRCs
engaged in
an active
support
network
4.2.2 Diverse
communities
engaged in
the anti hate
project
4.2.3 Increase in
reported hate
crime
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(including 9
LSB
organisatio
ns)
LGBT
From 50 to
70 per year
Wrexham
Community
Safety
Partnership
Wrexham
Community
Safety
Partnership
Wrexham
Community
Safety
Partnership
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Key consultation feedback
• Continue to deliver the priorities taken forward through the current
community cohesion strategy;
• Increase the level of engagement with children and young people
around the cohesion debate, including building good relations
through play;
• Develop more explicit links with the equalities agenda;
• Explore in more detail community cohesion issues in relation to
disability and develop options for increased engagement;
• Develop a better understanding of the links and shared priorities
with community regeneration work;
• Continue to mainstream community cohesion wherever possible;
and
• Improve monitoring and evaluation by adopting a ‘Results
Based Accountability’ approach.
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Results Based Accountability [RBA]
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What are the quality of life conditions we want for the
children, adults and families who live in our
community? RESULTS
What would these conditions look like I we could see
them INDICATORS
How can we measure theses conditions?
PERFORMANCE MEASURES
How are we doing on the most important of our
measures?
Who are the partners that have a role to play in doing
better?
What works to do better, including no-cost and lowcost ideas?
What do we propose to do? PROJECTS
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Results Based Accountability [RBA]
– what we are aiming at…….
Result
Indicator
Project
Indicator
Project
Performance
Measures
Project
Performance
Measures
Project
Performance
Measures
Performance
Measures
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Short term / Year
1
Medium term /
year 2
Long term / year
3
• Very important • Lower degree of • Require
• Urgent
urgency
underpinning
• Create a
work in years 1
baseline
+2
• Underpin future
• Require further
investigation
work
• Dependant on
other issues /
activities
Long list of ideas, Long list of ideas, Long list of ideas,
ambitions, blue
ambitions, blue
ambitions, blue
sky thinking…….
sky thinking…….
sky thinking…….
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Quality of Life Condition
i.e. the Result people want:
‘Wrexham is a peaceful and
harmonious place where people
have a sense of belonging and
get on well together’
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Indicators
[how we will recognise the Result]:
•Wrexham is a place where people
from different backgrounds get on
well together
•Wrexham is a place where
community tensions are
understood and are peacefully
resolved at an early stage
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Strategic Action Plan
[the actions we will take that have a reasoned chance of improving the Result]
Wrexham is a place where people from different
backgrounds get on well together
• Minority communities are represented on strategic partnerships
• Public, voluntary and community sector staff understand who our
communities are and what they need
• Different communities come together in everyday situations
Wrexham is a place where community tensions are
understood and are peacefully resolved at an early stage
• People are confident to report community tensions *
• Children and young people influence the community cohesion agenda
• Children and young people are confident to mix together
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RBA Performance Measures
[how well are we delivering the actions]:
•How much did we do?
•How well did we do it?
•Is anyone better off?
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Outcome
What this
will look like
How we will achieve
this [projects]
Performance measure
How much we did
How well we did it
better
Is anyone
off
People are
confident to
report
community
tensions
Community
tensions are
reported
Continue to develop
the Anti Hate project to
ensure that children,
young people and
adults from all
communities can
access the support
service.
Continue to raise
awareness of the
Community Tension
Monitoring process
No of TPRCs
targeting people
with protected
characteristics
No of anti hate
awareness raising
activities [agencies,
TPRCs,
communities, young
people]
No of reports by
protected
characteristic / age
No of tension
monitoring
awareness raising
activities
No of Community
Tension Monitoring
reports received
No of tension
reports escalated to
the Community
Tension Monitoring
Group
% customer
satisfaction with anti
hate project [TPRCs,
agencies, helping
agencies, victims
/age]
% customer
satisfaction with
awareness raising
activities
% of tension
reports / geographic
and agency spread
No and % of
victims who feel
the Anti Hate
project had
helped them /
protected
characteristic /
age [Key
Performance
Indicator]
No and % of
agencies who
feel the Anti Hate
project has
helped them
characteristic /
age
No and % of
agencies who
feel the Tension
Monitoring
Project has
helped them
No and % of
cases that would
not have been
resolved under
the previous
system
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Putting it all together:
Wrexham is a peaceful and harmonious place
where people have a sense of belonging and get on well together
Wrexham is a place where people from
Different backgrounds get on well together
Project
Wrexham is a place where community tensions
are understood and are
peacefully resolved at an early stage
Community
Tension
Monitoring
Project
Performance
Measures
Performance
Measures
Third Party
Reporting Centres
How much?
How well?
Anyone better off?
How much?
How well?
Anyone better off?
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Contact details
Gill Grainger – Community Cohesion
Manager
[email protected]
Tel: 01978 298736
Mo Caldecott – Community Cohesion Officer
[email protected]
Tel: 01978 298735
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