The Sewell report a missed opportunity to address systemic racism?

The Sewell report a missed opportunity to address systemic racism?

The Government’s recent report on Race and Ethnic Disparities has concluded that there is no evidence to suggest the existence of institutional racism in the UK, and that Britain should be regarded as “a model for other White-majority countries”. This report from the Commission, which was established in response to the protests resulting from the…

CORE COVID-19 Vaccine Event – 16 March 2021
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CORE COVID-19 Vaccine Event – 16 March 2021

On Tuesday March 16th, CORE in collaboration with Caribbean & African Health Network, held a national public event to engage the Black and Asian communities about COVID-19 vaccines.  Over 200 people across the UK attended the live event on zoom.  The event was aimed at addressing common themes from a series of community webinars in…

CORE’s position paper on the Low Uptake of COVID-19 Vaccines within the BAME Communities

CORE’s position paper on the Low Uptake of COVID-19 Vaccines within the BAME Communities

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been well documented that Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups have been disproportionately impacted in terms of higher infection, hospitalisation and death rates. Read the Coalition of Race Equality Organisations’ (CORE) Position Paper on Low Uptake of COVID-19 Vaccines within Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities HERE.  

CORE writes to EHRC regards racial inequality in healthcare workplaces

CORE writes to EHRC regards racial inequality in healthcare workplaces

CORE writes the Equality Human Rights Commission to respond to their inquiry into racial inequality in healthcare workplaces, and address a number of underlying factors which we believe are contributing to ethnic disparities within the sector.inquiry into racial inequality in healthcare workplaces.  Read the full response letter HERE.