Cabinet Office Supporting the Race at Work Charter
“The new Race at Work Charter, launched last week and led by Business In The Community, will recognise organisations who are embracing effective practices that support fairness at work.”
Minister for the Cabinet Office David Lidington spoke at the GG2 conference, about how government is tackling racial disparity, one year after the Race Disparity Audit was launched.
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