Our Business Plan
2012/13 Business Plan
We are pleased to announce the publication of our Business Plan for 2012/13. Last year, the Commission delivered some of its most important work to date. The groundbreaking inquiries into home care, disability related harassment, human trafficking, our human rights review and legal actions are all examples of these. This year is also the first year of delivery of our current strategic plan and the period in which we fundamentally change the Commission.
More about the plan
The government’s austerity measures and policy agendas are changing the face of the public sector and the way public services are delivered by a range of organisations.
We have already begun to refocus our activities towards working with others in a more enabling role which maximises our value to the public. The work we will deliver in 2012/13 reflects this change in focus.
The Commission, like other public sector organisations, faces the challenge of operating within a budget which has been much reduced. As a result this year's plan focuses on fewer but higher impact activities.
Our planned programme of work for 2012-13 supports the delivery of our strategic priorities as detailed in our strategic plan and will focus on the following areas:
• Delivering the changes necessary to shape the Commission for the future
• Following up the important work completed in the last twelve months
• Laying the groundwork for the remainder of the strategic plan period.
If you would like further information about our business plan, or to comment on it, email us at email@example.com or write to:
Business Planning Team
Equality and Human Rights Commission
2nd Floor Arndale House
You can download the Business Plan for 2011/12 below:
- Business Plan 2011/12 (Pdf)
- Business Plan 2011/12 (Word)
- Business Plan 2011/12 (Welsh PDF)
- Business Plan 2011/12 (Welsh Word)
The 2010/11 business plan defined what we set out to achieve in the third year of our 2009-12 strategic plan, building upon the success of work begun in the previous year. it covered areas such as how we would exercise our statutory powers and regulatory responsibilities, and how we would build the evidence base for effective regulation.
We also produced a separate business plan for the work of the Commission in Scotland.
You can download the Business Plan for 2010/2011 below:
The 2010/11 business plan defined what we set out to achieve in the second year of the strategic plan, building upon the successes of our work begun in the previous year. It also reflected new work arising from emerging evidence about the nature of inequality, human rights and good relations in Britain in the context of the economic and political environment.
We also produced a separate business plans for the work of the Commission in Scotland.
You can download the Business Plan for 2009/10 below:
- Scotland Business Plan 2009/10 (Pdf) |
- Setting a new agenda - Wales review and our plan for 2009/10 (Pdf)
- Disability Committee - Priorities and workplan 2009/10 (Pdf) | Word version
Last Updated: 17 Dec 2014