Discrimination twice as high among ethnic minorities

By Martin Ford | 12 April 2021

People from ethnic minority backgrounds are twice as likely to face discrimination when using local services, new research has suggested.

A survey for the RSA (Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) found 52% of Asian and 50% of black respondents had faced discrimination when accessing local services, compared to 19% of the white population.

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