Is a black cultural centre in Brixton a good idea?

Mayor of London Boris Johnson announced this week that £5 million would be allocated towards a centre for black history in Brixton, but in light of the report by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) this week, highlighting the racial inequalities which still exists in British society, will a black cultural centre improve race […]

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New equality report reveals a racially unequal Britain

A new report by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has revealed that Britain remains racially unequal, with black and ethnic minority groups more likely to be living in poor households; to be in low paid employment or unemployed despite high educational qualifications, and more likely to be imprisoned than the white population.

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‘Indians only’ job advert uncovers exploitation of race relations

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has launched an enquiry into a company which advertised a job stating that the candidate should preferably be of ‘Indian origin’, but once again big companies are overlooked while they exploit human labour and stir race relations in communities.

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