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3rd February 2021
SHF and CoDE partner to consolidate 40 years of inquiries into racial inequality in Britain
The Stuart Hall Foundation has today published the SHF Race Report, a new survey of thirteen UK race inequality reports spanning over four decades.
This new review, written by Stephen D. Ashe, and produced in partnership with the Centre on the Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE) with support from Hollick Family Foundation, follows the Government’s announcement last year that they would launch a new commission into race equality. It responds to David Lammy’s call in June 2020 to review, recall and re-count the work of earlier commissions and inquiries into racial inequality.
The Report provides summaries of a selection of reports published between 1981 and 2017 and offers a thematic analysis of the cumulative 589 recommendations put forward to address racism and racial inequality in communities, education, employment, policing and the criminal justice system.
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