In 2013, The Runnymede Trust and Kingston Race and Equalities Council published the Kingston Race Equality Scorecard. The Scorecard brings together quantitative evidence on six different key indicators to help inform the decision-making process of public authorities, and to equip local communities with the tools necessary to hold them to account.
Kingston upon Thames was one of the first boroughs we worked with as part of the pilot project, alongside Croydon and Redbridge. For this reason we were keen to conduct a fresh examination of the Race Equality Scorecard in Kingston, alongside work in five new boroughs. In Kingston, our partners is the Kingston Race and Equalities Council (KREC).