Have your say on the government’s Integrated Communities Strategy Green Paper

Posted on the 25th May 2018

The Government is currently asking views on the vision set out in the Integrated Communities Strategy Green Paper – to build strong integrated communities where people of all backgrounds live, work, learn and socialise together.

We all have our own opinions and experiences of integration, and integration means different things for different communities, organisations and individuals.

This is your chance to let government know what it means to you.

The government wants to understand why integration matters to you

The consultation – accessible on Survey Monkey and through an online form – is open until 5 June. All you need to do is fill in the survey, which takes no longer than 10 minutes.

This is a chance for you to make your views heard to Government.

Have your say

How to respond as a group

The government have also produced a toolkit that will help you set up your own conversation with your members, community or other interested parties.

Strong integrated communities won’t happen by themselves, we all have a part to play in creating the kind of communities we’d all want to live in.

Your responses help inform the government’s thinking and will help Ministers make decisions on future policy development.

Download the toolkit

Respond by 5 June

The consultation is a really good opportunity to highlight work that you or your organisation is doing in your communities, and a chance to let people know that you are working with us towards a stronger, more integrated Britain.

The consultation began on 14 March and will close on 5 June.

Visit the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government website for more details on how to respond.

Join the debate and respond to the Integrated Communities Strategy Green Paper.

Respond to the Green Paper

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