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Race equality in housing: a review of the policy approach in England, Scotland and Wales
There are long-standing ethnic inequalities in housing in England, Scotland and Wales.  These inequalities matter and there are good social justice reasons to promote greater equality in the housing system. 

There are long-standing ethnic inequalities in housing in England, Scotland and Wales.  These inequalities matter and there are good social justice reasons to promote greater equality in the housing system.  It is also a legal requirement under the Equality Act 2010.

This study set out to understand how housing policy in England, Scotland and Wales is rising to this challenge.  The focus was understanding the policy approach to protecting people from discrimination and advancing race equality in the housing system.  Findings are based on a review of policy statements, regulatory practices and specific initiatives, and more than 20 semi-structured interviews with key policy and practice stakeholders across England, Scotland and Wales.

Author(s): David Robinson, Jenny Preece, Glyn Robinson
Published: 06 December 2022
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