Data and reports regarding equality and diversity in employment
A number of resources are available to help understand the landscape of equality and diversity in the UK workforce. A collection of these sources is listed below. This list of online resources, organisations and publications is dynamic. If you know of other resources you think we should be sharing, we’d be happy to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Institution of Environmental Sciences (UK)
This report publishes the findings of a recent IES research project – joint-funded by Bureau Veritas, Delta-Simons and the Environment Agency – to examine some of the challenges and opportunities related to ethnic diversity in the environment sector.
Students Organising for Sustainability (UK)
Further research by the NUS, IEMA and The Equality Trust building on the 2017 Policy Exchange report.
Policy Exchange (UK)
New analysis of the Labour Force Survey by Policy Exchange shows for the first time that the most diverse occupations in England and Wales are taxi driving and dentistry – with farming being the least diverse. The picture that emerges is of a workplace where ethnically diverse occupations tend to be either low skilled jobs or highly skilled professional occupations.
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Created for geography undergraduates, these resources incorporate content usually delivered during visits to the Society.
A collection of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) resources with relevance to lab work in HE geography.
David Matless (University of Nottingham) discusses ways of encouraging curiosity and further independent research/study in historical geography.
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