‘What do we need to do to make London a fairer city?’

10am to 4pm, Saturday 21st November Coin Street Centre, 108 Stamford Street, SE1 9NH

Tickets available here


The London Fairness Commission has been established to convene the first citywide debate on fairness in 100 years. Chaired by Lord Victor Adebowale, we are an independent group of academics, policy makers, business and third sector leaders with a passion for London.


Launched in June this year, the Commission has so far asked Londoners to consider how they view fairness, whether London is a fair city, and what should be done to make London fairer. We recently published our Interim Report, reflecting on our findings and setting a series of fairness dilemmas for Londoners.


Organised in partnership with Race on the Agenda, this event will focus on fairness issues relevant to BAME communities in London.


After an introduction from Lord Adebowale, the meeting will be run using a process called ‘Open Space’. Open Space allows everyone at the meeting to raise the issues that matter to them, share and develop ideas and consider recommendations for the future. It will be participative, energetic and focused.


The outcome of this meeting will have a significant influence on the London Fairness Commission’s recommendations, which will be published in March.


We are also organising public events with London Voluntary Services Council, London Youth and Age UK.


Lunch will be provided.


Tickets are available here. Sign up to have your say and help make the capital fairer.


We hope to see you on the 21st November!