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Race Equality Scorecard

In post-recession Britain, local authorities are facing severe cuts and official accountability structures are being scaled back. In this context, black and minority ethnic (BME) communities are at risk of falling further behind the rest of society.

Runnymede’s Race Equality Scorecard project is an innovative way of filling the accountability gap – holding local authorities and other stakeholders, such as the police and NHS, to account for racial inequalities in their areas.

We are doing this by:

By piloting the project in Croydon, Kingston and Redbridge we will see how effective the Scorecard is in very different contexts – with some areas more ethnically diverse or better-off than others. You can:

 To find out more contact Ojeaku Nwabuzo.

The project is kindly supported by the Trust for London.