The Race Disparity Unit at the Cabinet Office Equalities Hub have analysed different approaches taken by national governments to understanding how they compare on issues such as ethnic diversity and cultural identity.
Darren Stillwell - Head of Quality and Standards, Equality Hub
Darren Stillwell explains why the Race Disparity Unit (RDU) is a big fan of ‘harmonisation’. He outlines what the RDU is doing to make ethnicity data more consistent and comparable, and outlines some barriers they’re encountering along the way.
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