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Lewis Hamilton and the Royal Academy of Engineering announce the board members of the Hamilton Commission

Sep 24, 2020

The Hamilton Commission, set up by Lewis Hamilton at the beginning of the year, is aimed at improving the representation of Black people in UK motorsport

London, [September 24 th 2020] – Six-Time Formula One ™ World Champion, Lewis Hamilton MBE and the Royal Academy of Engineering today announced the Board of Commissioners for The Hamilton Commission, a research project that will work to identify the key barriers to recruitment and progression of Black people in UK motorsport, and provide actionable recommendations to overcome them.

How will the enhancement of police powers in light of Covid-19 impact on the black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community?

Mar 27, 2020

EQUAL recognises the need to use police powers to ensure compliance with social distancing policies to curb the spread of Covid-19, however, we are concerned about the impact this may have on disproportionality in policing. 

Press Release - Tebussum Rashid, Deputy CEO of BTEG signs open letter to Home Secretary

Aug 29, 2019

PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday 27 August 2019

The Coalition of Race Equality Organisations send an open letter to the Home Secretary
“Priti Patel please don’t politicise the police”

A coalition of 20 race equality organisations has sent an open letter to Home Secretary Priti Patel.

The letter reads …

Race equality coalition calls on the government to share plans for responding to racism post-Brexit

Feb 25, 2019

CORE, a coalition of race equality organisations from across the UK, met on 18 February to reflect on the state of racism in Britain today, and how we as a society are responding to it.

The Lammy Review - One year on

Oct 11, 2018

It’s now been a year since the launch of the Government’s Race Disparity Audit. The Ministry of Justice has taken this opportunity to provide an update on its response to David Lammy’s review into the treatment of and outcomes for Black Asian and minority ethnic groups in the criminal justice system[i] .  BTEG welcomes the progress that has been made within the MOJ since the release of the government’s Lammy implementation process in December 2017. [ii] .

Time For City Firms To Reach Out To London’s Young Black Men

Aug 06, 2018

In the most ethnically diverse city in the world, young black men struggle to land good City jobs. A study by the Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG) shows that young black men are less likely than young white men to be working in London’s finance sector.

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