The NHS Race & Health Observatory has published its much anticipated rapid review into ethnic health inequalities across a range of areas including key priorities set by the independent health body.
Research & Reports
The system for handling police complaints has been labelled as “broken” by critics after it was found 43 per cent of officers deemed as having a case to answer for misconduct faced no further action.
Inmates held in a women’s prison are making 1,000 calls a month to Samaritans amid record levels of self-harm, increased violence and low safety levels usually only seen in men’s facilities, a damning report has found.
Women were making around 1,000 calls each month to the Samaritans, according to prison inspectors. A report by the Inspectorate of Prisons has found self-harm was the highest at HMP Foston Hall.
The Ministry of Justice has released the latest statistics on deaths and self-harm in prison in the UK. Six of the deaths were in women’s prisons, three of which were ‘natural cause’ and three await classification.
Forensic Architecture speaks to Computer Weekly about how it uses various digital technologies to investigate human rights abuses around the globe, including the the killing of Mark Duggan by police.
West Bromwich African Caribbean Resource Centre are pleased to announce that with support of the National Lottery and other partners, they’ve produced the Being Black, Covid-19 & Lockdown research study report.
George Floyd’s death in police custody brought a huge and a rapid increase in protests over police brutality – thousands of marches driven by the assumption that taking to the streets will bring change. Does it?