Call for Evidence: Inquiry into racial inequality in health and social care
Last month the Equality and Human Rights Commission launched a statutory inquiry into racial inequality in health and social care, triggered by the pandemic. This week a call for evidence was issued by the inquiry.
The inquiry will consider how ethnic minority health and social care workers’ treatment during the pandemic has been influenced by their:
- employment status
- immigration status
- working conditions
EHRC are calling on people to complete a confidential survey to share their experiences. They want to hear from the following groups:
- Ethnic minority workers in lower paid roles in health and social care
- Co-workers of ethnic minority workers
- Health and social care employers
- Organisations who support workers, e.g. Trade Unions
They want to hear from as many people who may have relevant information as possible.
The deadline for submissions is Sunday 7th February.
If you have any queries about the inquiry, please contact [email protected]