Croydon’s Opportunity and Fairness Commission to launch its final report

By - Tuesday 26th January, 2016

The Croydon Opportunity and Fairness Commission launches its final report at an event at Croydon College this Thursday, 28th January. The commission’s chair and the Young Commission will deliver presentations on their findings. Places must be reserved.

Image by Opportunity Croydon, used with permission.

Release begins: Croydon’s Opportunity and Fairness Commission is holding the launch of its final report.

The launch marks the culmination of the commission’s work and comes at a time of significant change for Croydon borough. The commission is calling on residents, workers and businesses from all corners of the borough to attend the event and join the change to build a better Croydon.

The Rt Rev’d Jonathan Clark, the Bishop of Croydon and chair of the commission, will set out the final report’s findings and recommendations. These have developed out of the commission’s engagement with more than 3,000 local people and have been further developed since the release of the commission’s interim report in October. Individuals and organisations will be asked to come forward and commit to making the commission’s recommendations reality.

The Young Commission, a group of young people in Croydon that has engaged over 300 young people, will also give a presentation about their findings.

There will be refreshments available from 6 pm and an opportunity to meet others committed to making Croydon a better place. Copies of the final report will be available.

If you haven’t yet reserved a place, you can book a place online here. Alternatively, e-mail  or call 0800 612 2182.

The event is being held at Croydon College on Thursday 28th January at 6:30 pm. The full address is College Road, Croydon, CR9 1DX.

Release ends.

Release sender: Croydon Opportunity & Fairness Commission.



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