Birmingham City Council

Accessible to All

Birmingham Libraries try to make services, resources and events accessible to everyone.

To find out more contact the Library of Birmingham or your local library

Birmingham Libraries try to make services, resources and events accessible to everyone.

New! Helping to make an impact.
Equality Impact Needs Assessment/Equality Analysis Form and Guidance Information



These pages give information on what extra help is available to people with special needs and disabilities and people from communities who have a first language other than English.

Equalities Information

Equalities Information

Environment and Cuture Equality and Diversity

Libraries Equality Statement

Equality Questionnaire

Please can you spare a moment to complete this short survey? The information you provide (all anonymous) will help us understand more about our customers and help us ensure that we communicate effectively with the diverse communities we serve. Equality Questionnaire

Equality information gathered through surveys, consultations and other means is used to assess our services and make improvements.


Information for People with a Disability
Children and Young People with Special Needs
Easy Read Information Books
Library and Information Services for Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Library Services for Older People
Web Sites for Lone Parents
Learning English and Basic Skills help at your local library