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The Equality Trust Signs an Open Letter Calling on the Prime Minister to Drop Discriminatory Elements of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill

The Equality Trust joined over 70 organisations which warned the Prime Minister that measures in the new policing and sentencing legislation will discriminate against Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnic people.
 

 

Dear Prime Minister,

We are a group of individuals and organisations deeply concerned that the government’s Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill will further entrench racial inequality in the criminal justice system.

The Equality Trust Joins Marcus Rashford, Chefs and Charities to Call on the PM to Fix Free School Meals Policy

The Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
10 Downing St,
Westminster,
London. SW1A 2AA
 

The Rt Hon Gavin Williamson CBE MP, Secretary of State for Education
Department for Education
20 Great Smith St,
Westminster,
London. SW1P 3BT
 

14th January 2021

 

Dear Prime Minister,

cc. Secretary of State for Education

 

Government Needs to Urgently Fix Free School Meal Policy Long-Term

The Equality Trust supports letter to Chancellor to make the £20 a week increase to Universal Credit permanent

The Equality Trust Joins Coalition to call on Chancellor to make the £20 a week increase to Universal Credit permanent

The Equality Trust has joined over 50 signatories representing leading organisations across the United Kingdom have come together in a joint letter to call on the Chancellor to make the £20 a week increase to Universal Credit permanent and extend the same support to those on legacy benefits.

I’m not your n****: Young people launch hard hitting website on race 

Today www.imnotyour.co.uk is launched, revealing the attitudes of a group of young Londoners, from Bollo Brook, West Acton, to race and racism. The aim is to encourage challenging conversations and uncomfortable discussions around race, inviting the public to engage, think about their own identity and talk openly about how they experience inequality in their own lives.

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