The Commission used its extensive stakeholder engagement and examination of evidence to identify 4 themes which would effectively address negative disparities and inequality for all those affected. The recommendations in their final report were grouped by these 4 themes.
Theme 01 Build trust
Recommendations to help build trust and understanding for people and communities in public services and institutions.
Theme 02 Promote fairness
Recommendations to contribute to fairer practices and improved outcomes for people and communities.
Theme 03 Create agency
Recommendations to create opportunities to empower people to exercise greater control over their lives and make informed choices that lead to better outcomes.
Theme 04 Achieve inclusivity
Recommendations to promote genuine, positive integration between citizens and communities, and weave in the identity and cultures of all communities into everyday life in the UK.
The government's response to the Commission's findings, 'Inclusive Britain', sets out a groundbreaking action plan to tackle negative disparities, promote unity and build a fairer Britain for all.
It is guided by well established evidence, informed by the findings of the independent Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, and built on three overarching aims: Trust and fairness, opportunity and agency, and inclusion.
It sets out what the government intends to do to give everybody, from every community, in every corner of the UK, the opportunity to succeed.
The government is grateful to each of the Commissioners for their dedication and for giving up their time without remuneration to examine forensically an issue that matters deeply to people in the UK.Read on GOV.UK