Untold stories of racism, discrimination, abuse and humiliation of BAME live-in care workers Is the over-emphasis of BAME communities being the worst affected, hit and killed by COVID-19 creating other problems that many of us do not realise or think to be that important? Such things as tensions in workplaces, tensions between front line workersContinue reading “Lost in Live-in Care Work”
By ensuring our equality is also accessible and intersectional, we ensure that all voices can be heard and all problems can have a solution.
Listen to The Equality Trust Executive Director Wanda Wyporska’s story of class and inequality in the UK.
Episode 4 of The Equality Trust Podcast #InequalityBites.
Stephen Armstrong, who is studying BA (Hons) Education Studies in MSc Inequality and Society, tells us about the man
A journey through Northampton and the austerity that has crushed it.
“It’s hard to think of anything better calculated to exacerbate all your insecurities about whether you appear as successful or as a failure, interesting or dull, clever or stupid, well-educated or ignorant, than being ranked by class”—The Inner Level.
A video from the workers of the UK.
Fighting inequality in the UK follows the stories of three activists: Hannah, an 18-year-old Muslim woman from Acton, West London; Aisling, a Brighton-based activist organising around the housing and homelessness crisis in the city; Tracey, a community worker supporting local people in Teesside to take local action and campaign for economic and social justice. The UK is the world’sContinue reading “Fighting inequality in the UK”
“You’re living in a block, but down there you can see nice houses … when you peep outside your window you just see people living lavish, living better than you.” Hannah Haji, a young Muslim woman in London talks about the impact of gentrification and “regeneration” in London, and how London’s current housing crisis isContinue reading “Inequality is racism”