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Equality Impact Assessments

Equality Impact Assessments (EqIAs) are produced as part of the committee reporting and budget setting process. The Equality Act 2010 introduced a new public sector equality duty which requires public authorities to try to:

  • eliminate discrimination and harassment victimisation
  • advance equality of opportunity, and
  • foster good relations between and across a range of protected characteristics

Impact assessments are a way of assessing the effects or impacts of a council policy or function on removing barriers to equality. Equality impact assessments which have an impact (positive or negative) on service users and / or employees will be published here.

Completed Equality Impact Assessments

Communities Directorate

Education & Children's Services

Enterprise & Environment

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Finance and Corporate Services

If you are unable to find an equality impact assessment online, please e-mail enquiry.equalities@fife.gov.uk to request a copy.