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.

Themes

Sub-themes

Year

SDG

Goal 05
Year: 2021

Improve provision of local digital skills training and support, particularly for employees in sectors affected by technological changes

Goal 14
Year: 2021

Using outcomes from the Race and Housing Conference and Inclusive Cities projects, implement a project to improve refugee and migrant integration into communities and neighbourhoods

Goal 20
Year: 2022

Working with the Race Equality in Education Group (REEG) and the History Commission, we lay out clear steps to increase the diversity of Bristol’s educators and public sector workers, and support partners in launching a Bristol curriculum that reflects the city’s diversity and history

Goal 22
Year: 2022

Work with key industry sectors and business leaders to improve opportunities for underrepresented groups through inclusive recruitment practice, monitoring workforce data, and enabling community development of key policy areas such as environmental sustainability interventions

Goal 58
Year: 2024

Gender and ethnicity pay gaps are decreasing following work to build skills pathways, improve mentoring and provide routes to access senior employment opportunities

Goal 92
Year: 2026

Citywide initiatives to increase the proportion of women, Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQ+ and disabled leaders has put Bristol on course for an education and public sector workforce that enables young people to thrive in a city that looks like them

Goal 96
Year: 2026

There has been a reduction in long-term unemployment and income deprivation in South Bristol following growth of enterprise opportunities particularly in the cultural and low carbon sector within those communities

Goal 112
Year: 2027

Increase capacity within the voluntary community social entreprise sector by tackling the most complex barriers to employment and skills and by building capacity with existing groups, particularly Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds network groups