Windrush 75 portal – New from the National Archives, a place to find out about the history and impact of the arrival of the Empire Windrush. 22nd June 2023 marked 75 years since HMT Empire Windrush docked and its passengers, mostly from the Caribbean, disembarked. The site focuses on their history as told through documents from […]
A new hub created at LSE Social Policy which aims to act as a network and website for scholars working on the causes and impact of gender inequality in education, labour markets and the family.It includes details of projects, full text papers and events.
Virtual Tour: Bonnets, Bandoliers and Ballot Papers The National Museum of Ireland have created this online exhibition tour focussing on the campaign for women’s rights in Ireland 1880s-1920s.
The 2022 Ibrahim Index of African Governance has just been published. It provides a biennial statistical assessment of the quality of governance in a large number of African countries. It covers security, rule of law, participation, equality and more. The reports provides details of the methodology and the ability to compare the scores over a longer period of […]
Equality, diversity and inclusion showcase – London Higher A report, case studies and information on the work HEIs have done recently on gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, disability or religion, or types of interventions such as decolonisation projects. Accompanying the report, is a range of videos from member institutions showing what they are doing in the […]
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78% of universities are less likely to make Black students an offer to study than other similar applicants, according to the Ethnic Representation Index (ERI) launched by University of the Arts, London to measure the progress made by universities in the last year towards achieving racial equity.Its methodology is based on 4 areas: The full methodology and […]
A.Sivanandan was one of the most important and influential black thinkers in the UK, changing many of the orthodoxies on ‘race’, heading the Institute of Race Relations for almost forty years, founding the journal Race & Class, and writing the award-winning novel, When Memory Dies, on his native Sri Lanka. This website celebrates his life and […]
Anti-racism toolkit for Black, Indigenous and People of Colour Coalition for Diversity & Inclusion in Scholarly Communications (C4DISC) and the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) have produced this guide to BAME American communities in the publishing industry and the problems they might face.Resources to increase solidarity and help achieve equity are provided. Free access.
The report of the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities Reaction NHS Providers – disagree with the report Runnymede Trust response Institute of Race Relations Black Lives Matter Hope not Hate TUC reaction
The latest annual report from the UK Social Mobility Commission is a poll of what the public think about equality and social mobility. This year it includes what people think about the impact of the pandemic on the chances of social mobility. Over half the public (56%) think the pandemic has increased social inequality. Only one in […]