“More equal societies are healthier and happier, more integrated and tolerant”
We can make Bristol a city that benefits all, through removing barriers to opportunity and providing access to power and good jobs. Everybody, regardless of their ethnicity, sexuality, disability, faith, age or any other aspect of their identity should be able to flourish in Bristol.
We will make equality and diversity a key indicator in developing the Green New Deal for Bristol. We will make inclusion a priority in the development of the new economy in our city and make sure that the provision of jobs benefits excluded groups, young people and brings wealth to communities who are traditionally excluded.
Covid has hit young people hard.
Youth unemployment is rising – in #Bristol it’s likely to double📈
So as Mayor, I will double the support we give young people to help them find work ⏫
All part of my economic recovery plan
— Sandy Hore-Ruthven #Sandy4Mayor (@sandyhruthven) March 11, 2021
Making sure Bristol bounces back from the pandemic
Greens are committed to social justice too and that starts with a home
We will tackle Bristol's transport crisis
A thriving economy is at the heart of our vision for Bristol
Removing barriers to opportunity so everyone benefits from Bristol's prosperity
The Green position is clear: we are committed to tackling the climate and ecological crisis