This report focuses on what we know about how economic and wider social inequalities affect black and minority ethnic people in the UK. It will also consider if and how a range of policy changes could address these racial inequalities, within a wider context of addressing how the economy might better address inequality more broadly.
AuthorOmar Khan, Runnymede Trust
Economic inequality and racial inequalities in the UK
Inequality has risen up the public and policy agenda. While there is some dispute about how far inequality has risen or fallen in the past decade in Britain, there is increasing recognition that inequality has significant economic, social and political costs.