Resources

  • Windrush lessons learned review: independent review by Wendy Williams

    Windrush lessons learned review: independent review by Wendy Williams identifying key lessons to have been learned by the home office
  • Open consultation: Ethnic disparities and inequality in the UK: call for evidence

    About this call for evidence

    We have been asked by the government to review ethnic disparities and inequality in the UK, focusing on the following 4 areas:

    • education
    • employment and enterprise
    • health
    • crime and policing

    We are looking at outcomes across the whole population.

    We know that there are ethnic disparities in educational attainment at school, in employment, in risk factors and outcomes for different health conditions, and within the criminal justice system.

    To understand why such disparities exist, and what works and what does not, we are inviting submissions of evidence to provide answers to 10 questions.

    1. Black people, racism and human rights

      Whilst the issues of racial inequality have been the subject of repeated reviews, the lack of progress in implementing the findings of those reviews has become a source of intense frustration and concern. Where actions have been taken, they have often been superficial and not had lasting effect.
    2. Race in the workplace: The McGregor-Smith review

      The impacts of race in the workplace
    3. The Black Curriculum

      This report explores how the current History National Curriculum systematically omits the contribution of Black British history in favour of a dominant White, Eurocentric curriculum that fails to reflect our multi-ethnic and broadly diverse society.
    4. The Lammy review

      An independent review into the treatment of, and outcomes for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic individuals in the criminal justice system.
    5. There’s no scientific basis for race it's a made-up label

      It's been used to define and separate people for millennia. But the concept of race is not grounded in genetics.

    6. BBC defend the use of the N word

      Two BBC presenters in a 3 day period use the N word on TV and the BBC defend it
    7. Understanding black academic attainment Policy and discourse, educational aspirations and resistance

      This article is a contribution to the ongoing issue and debate concerning the performance of black children in British schools. The issue of under-performing black students is longstanding and persistent. There has been a lack of political will to rectify the matter.
    8. The data was there – so why did it take coronavirus to wake us up to racial health inequalities?

      From maternal mortality to access to pain relief, minority-ethnic groups have always suffered disproportionately. But now the data on Covid-19 deaths cannot be ignored
    9. Race and criminal justice statistics

      This publication compiles statistics from data sources across the Criminal Justice System (CJS) in England and Wales, to provide a combined perspective on the typical experiences of different ethnic groups.
    10. Ten years of homicides expose the dangerous myth of 'Black on Black violence'

      White victims of homicide are far more likely to be killed by another White person than Black victims are to be killed by a Black person.