The Opportunity and Fairness Commission is calling for evidence from the people of Croydon, of the issues, challenges, assets and opportunities that exist in the borough. Please get in touch and share your views by making a submission, or download the DIY kit of activities to do with a group.Make A Submission
Today the Croydon Opportunity and Fairness Commission launched its final report, A better Croydon for everyone at Croydon college with almost 200 local people in attendence.
Commission Chair, Bishop Jonathan Clark, said, “We hope our report will mark an important step in Croydon coming together to shape its own destiny. We have many challenges but also a huge array of assets – people and organisations doing great things. We have set out 58 recommendations that can change Croydon for good. But only if we work together to make it happen. I call on organisations and individuals to commit to implement these changes. Together we can create a borough of fairness and opportunity. I am unapologetic in quoting Ghandi when I urge all of you to be the change you want to see.”
The recommendations cover key themes including: