Posts Tagged: race

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Issues of prejudice still within communities

Growing up as a female British Indian in a predominantly Caucasian British community, personally was a challenge for me, but these challenges are defi...
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New app will split your restaurant bill based on race and gender

A new app is bringing social consciousness to the dinner table in a big way. We all know the moment: the bill comes, and it’s time to figure out who...
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Diversity report shames theatre companies with fewest BAME employees

Written By: David Hutchison  7/12/15 Nearly half of large-scale theatre companies employed fewer than 5% black, Asian or minority ethnic workers in ...
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JK Rowling inspires surge to fund book on race and immigration in three days

A £5,000 donation and tweet from Harry Potter author JK Rowling have pushed The Good Immigrant to its funding target. A host of authors, including JK...
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Racism must not be tolerated

Written By: Michael Wardlow 4/12/15 The horrendous loss of life and terror inflicted on people in Paris and elsewhere over the past few weeks has had...
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Almost two-thirds of people feel UK ad industry doesn’t represent them

Written By: Jasper Jackson   3/12/15 Poll finds public believe industry is failing to reflect diverse society – although John Lewis’s Christmas ...
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Conference To Tackle Issues Around Autism In The Church

This Saturday (Nov 28), speakers will discuss and highlight the inclusion needs of autistic people among faith groups A  conference to highlight and ...
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Sodexo launches third employee network

Written By: Sarah OBeirne 18/11/15 Sodexo has launched its new Origins employee network, hosting a panel debate on the issue of racial, cultural and ...
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Why we need to talk about race discrimination at work

Written By: Matt Gingell  16/11/15 We need to talk about race issues at work. We’ve been talking a lot about gender and age. Now it’s time to t...
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‘British Workplace Still Not Equal For Black Professionals’

Biggest survey into race in the labour market reveals black people are more likely to experience racism or bullying. Black employees are more ambitiou...