The 'Ethnic Inequalities in London: Capital For All' research summarises ethnic inequalities as experienced across London as a whole, and within each of the capital's 32 boroughs. It measures inequality across four domains - education, employment, health and housing - and compares outcomes time, namely between the 2001 and 2011 national censuses.
Ethnic Inequalities are persistent and widespread, particularly in employment and housing. Ethnic minorities experience employment and housing disadvantage in every London borough, with housing inequalities being particularly notable.
11 key findings are outlined at the beginning of the report as well as 6 recommendations, including some for the London Mayoral candidates.
You can also read a profile of ethnic inequalities for each of London's 32 boroughs, and for the largest minority ethnic groups here.