The London Fairness Commission has announced that it will launch it's final report on 15th March. My Fair London was the driving force behind the establishment of the London Fairness Commission, helping to raise funds for its work, and working with Toynbee Hall and other partners to set its terms of reference. The Fairness Commission has held a series of public events and debates, and reviewed evidence on housing, employment, transport, education and young people, and many other important questions, to come up with a series of practical ways to make our city fairer. My Fair London hopes that the Commission's final report will highlight the gross economic inequality that blights our city, and outline a range of practical measures that the next Mayor of London can take to begin to make our city fairer once again.
The launch event, chaired by the Editor of the Evening Standard, is on 15th March from 12.30 to 2.30 p.m. at the National Theatre. Click here for more details and to book your place at the launch.
Although we haven't seen the Commission's final recommendations, My Fair London activists and supporters are strongly encouraged to attend the launch, to show our support for the commission and to see what they have come up with!