The impact of austerity on Black and Minority Ethnic Communities
On Wednesday 28th October Dr Khan will discuss Runnymede'sÂ research into the impact of austerity on black and minority ethnic communities.
The event has been organised by the BME Matters and Manchester BME Network and supported by the University of Manchester.
BME Matters is a new workers cooperative evolved from the Manchester BME Network to support the sustainability and strengthening of the BME community sector.
Earlier this year the Runnymede Trust launched its research on the impact of the 2015 budget on British BME citizens. It showed that four million ethnic minority Britons could be worse off due to a range of budget measures that have a negative and disproportionate impact on BME people.
What can we expect from the forthcoming local spending settlements? What do they mean for local communities?
For more information please see the event invitation
or to book your place, please contact:
Fiona McInroy 0161 860 6842 or via email