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    Entries in Race (8)


    Facts, figures and frustrations: the challenges of a national conversation of race disparity

    Many providers analyse student race data, for example recruitment, success and progression, to determine race equality gaps to tackle. But if you have a major campaign to raise awareness of an attainment gap for Black students at your institution, how does this affect recruitment of Black students? Does it further entrench deficit assumptions and approaches by teachers and assessors? Does it increase stereotype threat within the students themselves? The Equality Challenge Unit has recently examined reactions to the Cabinet Office’s ‘Ethnicity facts and figures’ site and asks: what lessons for HE?

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    Race equality – how far have we come?

    How Far Have We Come? Lessons from the 1965 Race Relations Act was published by the Runnymede Trust in December 2015. Fifty years on from the Act, how far do you think we have come? What are your reflections?

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    Caste discrimination in Britain – two new research reports 

    Do your staff know what is meant by caste discrimination? The Equality and Human Rights Commission has published research reports into issues surrounding caste in Britain, to inform a new statutory law prohibiting discrimination on the grounds of caste. The Commission has said that discrimination against an individual because of caste in sectors such as education cannot be tolerated.

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    Do you know how the Immigration Bill will affect HR professionals and managers? 

    The Immigration Bill announced on 10 October 2013 aims to make it more difficult for migrants to stay in the UK where they have no legal right to do so. Key points to consider include right-to-work checks and higher penalties for employing an illegal migrant.

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    Apprenticeships – are yours gender segregated? Are young people from ethnic minority backgrounds under-represented?

    Many occupational frameworks within the Apprenticeship programme are strongly gender segregated, and young people from ethnic minority backgrounds are under-represented in general on Apprenticeship frameworks. How do your apprenticeship programmes shape up?

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