Equality Law Project Highlight

Social Housing (Grenfell)

The devastating fire at Grenfell Tower has cost at least 80 lives, destroyed livelihoods and traumatised survivors. It has exposed the stark inequality in housing provision in Britain, with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups and migrants bearing the brunt of this injustice. Holding those responsible to account is vital.

Employment Rights

ROTA's Employment Rights project aims to empower BMER communities to come together and find ways of combating workplace exploitation and discrimination through awareness raising, generating discussion, and demonstrating the power of collective action. Through a series of events bringing together various agents such as legal experts, Trade Unions, community representatives, and grassroots organisations, the project seeks to address the inequalities BMER people face in the workplace as well as the knowledge-gaps and uncertainties produced by Brexit and changing employment practices.

Informal Exclusions

What is the difference between a formal and an informal exclusion?

We have discovered that there is little awareness amongst young people and their parents on the difference between formal exclusions, which are legal, and informal exclusions, which are not.  In brief, these are the differences:

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