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Samir Jeraj is a Special Projects Writer at the New Statesman
Low levels of trust and poor access to healthcare among people from ethnic minority communities risk worsening racial inequalities.
What the evidence says about diversity training and inclusion in the workplace.
As winter continues and a new year begins, the government must learn lessons on addressing homelessness.
In 2019, the rate of pupils being permanently excluded from schools in England was the highest in a decade.
The life of a lawyer and MP who helped secure Kenyan independence still contains lessons for today.
Confidence in political systems is being challenged by evolving digital threats.
Experts says new UK legislation to cut deforestation out of the supply chain has serious limitations.
A new documentary from the author of Don’t Touch My Hair offers a sharp understanding of black identity, culture and history through “curls, kinks, locs and afros”.
Supporters of a 25-year plan to plant a Northern Forest think it will bring jobs, as well as protect the environment.
London, Leicester and Birmingham have the least-secure housing in the UK, while Sheffield has the most secure, according to data analysis from City Monitor.