Publication - Independent report

Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights - anti-racist policy making: review summary

Published: 14 Sep 2021
Part of:
Equality and rights, Public sector
ISBN:
9781802013481

Briefing report providing a small selection of highlights for strategic policy making from the 128 page Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights (CRER) review report. It concentrates on two particular aspects – anti-racist principles for effective practice and learning for specific policy areas.

Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights - anti-racist policy making: review summary
Footnotes

Footnotes

1. Scottish Government (2020) Protecting Scotland, Renewing Scotland: The Government's Programme for Scotland 2020-2021

2. Scottish Government (2016) Race Equality Framework for Scotland 2016-2030

3. This term is widely misused; although it can be useful in talking about some other combinations of protected characteristic, it is not the same thing as multiple discrimination. It was developed because Black women face a unique set of stereotypes and discriminations that do not apply to either Black men or white women.

4. Rae, R., Hepburn. E. and Bloss, L. (2019) Gender Equality in Scotland: Policy Coherence and Systems Mapping

5. Young, C. (2016) Race Equality in Scotland's Public Sector: Five Missing Links, in Scotland and Race Equality: Directions in Policy and Identity

6. Duff, C. and Young, C. (2017) What works? Eight principles for meaningful evaluation of anti-prejudice work

7. Duff, C. and Young, C. (2017) What works? Eight principles for meaningful evaluation of anti-prejudice work

8. See CRER (2021) Fostering Good Relations in Scotland: Developing community cohesion through public policy


Contact

Email: charlie.goodwin-smith@gov.scot