Community Equality Working Group
The Community Equality Working Group (CEWG) is made up of individuals and organisational representatives from within communities deemed to be disadvantaged or marginalised who have an interest in promoting equality, diversity, inclusion and cohesion.
Meetings are held bi-monthly and a Chairperson is annually elected. The council provides the administrative support to the group. The terms of reference are below and minutes of each meeting will be made available on the site:
- CEWG Minutes - 14th November 2012 (94KB)
- CEWG Minutes - 12th September 2012 (24KB)
- CEWG Minutes - 11th July 2012 (86KB)
- CEWG Minutes - 7th May 2012 (90KB)
- CEWG Minutes - 7th March 2012 (25KB)
- CEWG Minutes - 11th January 2012 (22KB)
- CEWG Minutes - 9th November 2011 (21KB)
- CEWG Minutes - 14th September 2011 (16KB)
- CEWG Minutes - 13th July 2011 (24KB)
- CEWG Minutes - 11th May 2011 (20KB)
- CEWG Minutes - 9th March 2011 (19KB)
Events that are organised by/ involving groups that are part of the Community Equalities Working Group will be placed on this part of the website.
- Islamic Awareness Evening - 11th May 2012 (963KB)
- Being Gay in the UK talk, Chichester Humanists - 15th August 2011 (477KB)
Please find below links to websites where you will find the contact details for organisations that form part of the Community Equality Working Group:
Adur Voluntary Action offer a well equipped voluntary action and learning centre, information about community life in Adur and volunteering opportunities.
The MS Society, founded in 1953, is the largest MS charity in the UK dedicated to providing information and support for those with MS and to funding research into the causes and treatments of the disease.
Rethink Mental Illness is a mental health charity providing advice and information, local services, support groups and a campaigning voice for everyone affected by mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and severe depression.
See the Rethink website
Voluntary Action Worthing is a member of the National Association for Voluntary and Community Action.
Contact Equalities and Diversity - Human Resources
Adur & Worthing Councils,
Worthing Town Hall,