Your Opinion Matters
Dear Business Representative
Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council (CCGBC) is currently developing a Good Relations Audit, Strategy and Action Plan 2018-21 for the Council area.
Good Relations Programmes in all Council areas have to date been funded by The Executive Office within the "Together, Building a United Community" (TBUC) Strategy. This reflects the Executive’s commitment to improving community relations and continuing the journey towards a more united and shared society.
Business Owner/Manager views sought
The Council is keen to hear your views as someone who owns or manages a business in the area and has an economic understanding of the area as to the good relations issues that you encounter locally that may or may not affect your business.
We would be very grateful if you would take the time to complete this questionnaire which should take no more than ten minutes. To answer the questions, simply click the appropriate answer, then follow the simple instructions to submit your return.
What is meant by Good Relations?
What is meant by “Good relations”. Section 75 (2) of the Northern Ireland Act 1998 (the Act) requires Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council (CCGBC) in carrying out its functions to have regard to the desirability of promoting good relations between persons of different religious belief, political opinion or racial group. The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland has agreed the following working definition of good relations:
"the growth of relations and structures for Northern Ireland that acknowledge the religious, political and racial context of this society, and that seek to promote respect, equity and trust, and embrace diversity in all its forms".
Confidentiality - We stress that the information you provide is completely confidential and anonymous.