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Ethnic communities

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Report

Race inequality in the workforce: analysing the state of play in the coronavirus economy

The effect of COVID-19 on the labour market has impacted specific groups of workers more than others, including those with an ethnic minority background. This report makes eleven recommendations for government and employers, to ensure both that job quality is protected for all and that...
Report

Supporting Muslim families and children in dealing with Islamophobia

This paper provides insights into the challenges confronting parents and their children who experience Islamophobia in Australia, highlighting that countering Islamophobia, discrimination and bigotry continues to be urgent and essential for the mental welfare of Muslim families and the wellbeing of society.
Report

Military Ltd: the company financing human rights abuses in Myanmar

In this report, Amnesty International provides new information exposing the link between Myanma Economic Holdings Public Company Ltd (MEHL) and military units that are implicated in crimes under international law and other serious human rights violations.
Report

How to interpret research on ethnicity and COVID-19 risk and outcomes: five key questions

The coronavirus pandemic has brought ethnic inequalities in health to the attention of the public. This web report outlines five key questions to help you to evaluate research on ethnicity and COVID-19 risk and outcomes.
Briefing paper

Ethnic inequalities in children and young people’s access to disability-related support

This briefing paper investigates ethnic inequality in two forms of support for disabled children and young people in New Zealand.
Briefing paper

Addressing forced labor in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region: toward a shared agenda

The forced labor of ethnic and religious minorities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), as part of a broader pattern of severe human rights abuses, is a significant and growing concern that demands the attention of governments and private-sector actors across the world. This...
Working paper

The Rohingya response in Bangladesh and the Global Compact on Refugees

This report explores how far the Global Compact on Refugees (GCR) – adopted by 181 UN Member States, including Bangladesh, in December 2018 – has informed the response to the Rohingya crisis.
Policy report

Uyghurs for sale

China has attracted international condemnation for its network of extrajudicial ‘re-education camps’ in Xinjiang. This report exposes a new phase in China’s social re-engineering campaign targeting minority citizens, revealing new evidence that some factories across China are using forced Uyghur labour under a state-sponsored labour...
Report

Race inequality in the workforce: exploring connections between work, ethnicity and mental health

In the midst of political, social, demographic and technological changes taking place in the UK, the world of work is rapidly evolving. This report reveals persistent issues around the relationships between employment, ethnicity and mental health, and underlines that there are enduring inequalities in the...
Report

Connecting the dots in Xinjiang: forced labor, forced assimilation, and Western supply chains

This paper argues that the potentially widespread use of forced labor in Xinjiang, and its connections to Western supply chains and consumers, creates both a moral imperative for action and an opportunity to use economic leverage to improve the situation in Xinjiang.