Movement Building

Sutton Race Equality Scorecard

Written by:
Farah Elahi
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Integration and community cohesion are often viewed as signals of a just civil society. However, a critical barrier to integration and community cohesion is the persistence of ethnic inequality and unequal outcomes or access to services. Failing to understand and address local ethnic inequalities means the needs of Black and Minority Ethnic(BME) communities are not being met, and this has a cascading effect on income, educational outcomes, health and opportunity.

The Race Equality Scorecard brings together quantitative evidence on seven different key indicators to help inform the decision-making process of public authorities and equip local communities with the tools necessary to hold them to account.

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