Race Relations Acts 1965 - 2000
- Race Relations Act 1965
- Race Relations Act 1968
- Race Relations Act of 1976
- Races Relations (Amendment) Act 2000
- Sus Laws
- New Cross Fire
- Scarman Report
- The Murder of Stephen Lawrence and the Macpherson Report
- Equality Act 2010
- Lammy Review (2017)
- McGregor Smith Review
- Windrush Scandal
- Impacts of Structural Racism
- Some Interesting Facts and Figures from The Race Disparity Audit 2019
Some Interesting Facts and Figures from The Race Disparity Audit 2019
- Between April 2018 and March 2019, there were 4 stop and searches for every 1,000 White people, compared with 38 for every 1,000 Black people.
- The percentage of cautions given to White children went down from 88.0% to 83.1%, while the percentage given to Black children increased from 6.6% to 11.0%.
- In the year 2017 -2018 Mixed White and Black Caribbean, and Black Caribbean pupils had high exclusion rates, and were both nearly 3 times as likely to be permanently excluded as White British pupils.
- Black British mothers are five times more likely to die in pregnancy or six weeks after childbirth, than White women. Women of mixed ethnicity have three times the risk, and Asian women almost twice the risk. BAME women are also at an increased risk of having a pre-term birth, stillbirth, neonatal death or a baby born with low birth weight.
- In the year 2018-2019 Black men were over 3 times as likely to be arrested than White men – there were 60 arrests for every 1,000 Black men, and 17 arrests for every 1,000 White men.
- In the three years to 2009 White British households were less likely to be overcrowded than households from all other ethnic groups combined – this was across all socio-economic groups and age groups, most regions and income bands, and regardless of whether they owned or rented their home.
Page updated: 09/10/2020