The One City Goals Dashboard

The One City Plan has 546 initiatives. This dashboard allows you to filter theme, sub-theme, relevant Sustainable Development Goal, year or keyword. If you have any feedback or suggestions for future goals please complete our short survey so we can improve this new tool.





Goal 04
Year: 2020

Implement Bristol’s newly-recognised plan for Making a Living Wage City, engaging more employers and increasing wages for our citizens

Theme: Economy
Goal 23
Year: 2021

Develop positive action programmes such as Stepping Up and On-Board to increase BAME representation in managerial positions by 2026. All companies with a workforce of 250 or more report on their ethnicity pay gap.

Theme: Economy
Goal 41
Year: 2022

All employers with 30+ staff take action to ensure that their working environments are supportive of the needs of LGBTQ+ staff

Theme: Economy
Goal 53
Year: 2022

Bristol’s Race Equality in Education Group (REEG) begin an action plan linked to the Learning City Strategy to increase the diversity of educators in the city, and support education partners in launching a Bristol curriculum that reflects the city’s diversity and history

Goal 104
Year: 2025

As a result of the ‘Inclusive Cities’ project, Bristol is more welcoming to migrants, refugees and newcomers, including improved access to employment and English lessons, with a consistent, inclusive narrative for the city which improves cross-cultural understanding

Goal 114
Year: 2026

Increase the representation of equalities groups in the senior management teams of organisations which employ 250+ people, as a result of programmes like Stepping Up

Theme: Economy
Goal 125
Year: 2026

Learning City initiatives, delivered by the Race Equality in Education Group, increase the proportion of women, BAME, LGBTQ+ and disabled school leaders and teachers, putting Bristol on course for an education workforce representative of city demographics by 2030

Goal 130
Year: 2027

Earnings inequality between lowest and highest earners in the city has reduced by 10% compared to 2019 figures, as measured by the Gini Coefficient

Theme: Economy