In May 2011, ROTA launched a mapping report on the Impact of the Economic Downturn on BAME Education Services.
A Joseph Rowntree Foundation study published in 2013 finds that not everyone in Northern Ireland has benefitted equally from economic success.
In January 2013, Equinet published a perspective reflecting on the body of work carried out by equality bodies when dealing with cases of discrimination on the grounds of ethnic or racial origin.
Runnymede’s film ‘Race on Screen’ was launched in January 2013 and documents a series of lectures and panel debates organised as part of the Generation 3.0 project.
Ethnic Politics (EP) is a one-stop data shop for all aspects of ethnic minorities’ inclusion and engagement in British politics funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
Date 19 December 2013 Link to judgment http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Admin/2013/4077.html Discrimination grounds Gender and race Summary of case Two female prisoners nearing the date on which they would be considered for release on licence, brought conjoined challenges against the Secretary of State for Justice in respect of the provision of ‘approved premises’. The Claimants challenged the alleged continuing …
In November 2012, Doreen Lawrence and Dr Richard Stone wrote an open letter to the PM; in December, Doreen Lawrence said race is no longer on the Government’s agenda.
British Future’s report ‘The melting pot generation’ claims that ‘mixed Britain is fast becoming the new normal’.
In December 2012, the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Race and Community published its report on ethnic minority female unemployment following its inquiry into the issue.
’Racism In The Classroom. An Alternative Inquiry Into Education in London’ was published by Race on the Agenda (ROTA) in October 2012.