In this section you will find publications by Dorset Race Equality Council.

The Equality Act 2010 - Five Years On - 2nd September 2015 - Conference Documents now available online!

What has changed, and what remains to be done?

Bellow, you can now acces all conference papers and read about work which was done at voluntary sector, diverse communities groups, local authorities and public service organisations,since the passing of the Equality Act in 2010.
You will be able to see incredible amount of successful, often innovative work, that over the past five years has been taking place to make real the spirit of the values at the heart of the Equality Act. At the same time you can learn how much work still needs to be done to counteract prejudice, discrimination and especially the mistaken perspective that E&D is a luxury item.

 AUB Conference Papers, Borough of Poole Conference Papers, Bournemouth and Poole College Conference Papers, Bournemouth Borough Council Conference Papers, Bournemouth University Conference Papers, Christchurch And East Dorset Councils Conference Papers, DorsetClinical Commision Group Conference Papers, Dorset County Council Conference Papers, Dorset Fire Rescue Service Conference Papers, Dorset Healthcare Conference PapersDorset Police Conference PapersDorset Race Equality Council Conference Papers, North Dorset District Council Conference Papers, Poole Hospital Conference Papers, West Dorset District Council Conference Papers, Weymouth College Conference Papers


Racism and the Dorset Idyll 2003

Racism and the Dorset Idyll cover A report on the experiences of Black and minority ethnic people in  Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole by Chris Gaine and Kirstin Lamley from the University of Chichester, in association with Dorset Race Equality Council. Please click here to read the full report.

The Minority Ethnic Population of Dorset: reflections on census data 1981 – 2011

Data from the Census 2011 have given us some important information about our Dorset communities. Dorset REC has prepared a report on how the demography of Dorset has changed over the years (1981-2011). We looked mainly at changes in the ethnic and religious composition of the population.

To read the report, please CLICK HERE.

Please contact our office if you cannot download or access the electronic version of the report.


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