"Fairness is when you are treated properly, equally and when you are given a chance. When you are treated the same as everyone else regardless of who you are and where you are from."
– Emily Hollinshead, Paris Roberts, Ennis Gerxhalija, Emmanuel Anam; ten year old pupils from New Park Primary School, Kensington, Liverpool
Liverpool Fairness Commission was an independent body established by Liverpool City Council to bring forward practical and imaginative ideas to make Liverpool a fairer city.
We brought together people with diverse background and expertise – from business, education, the public and voluntary sectors, and trade unions – to take expert evidence and listen to local people and businesses.
Our report, Come Together, sets out a series of bold recommendations to tackle disadvantage and equality, promote employment and prosperity and open up opportunities for every Liverpool citizen.
We believe that delivering real change needs more than top down prescriptions. That is why a key conclusion of our report is the need for an ongoing campaign, to embed the principles of fairness at the heart of Liverpool's political, business and civic life.
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