Trade Union Congress aim to shed light on the experiences of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) workers
Racism is on the rise. For many Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) workers, racism at work is part of their everyday life.
The TUC has launched an online survey to expose the everyday reality of racism. Racism at Work is the first survey of its kind in the trade union movement.
Racism at Work can take many forms, from facing racial harassment at a work to being denied access to promotion or training. We are asking non-unionised as well as unionised workers to complete the survey. We are also keen to hear from anyone who has witnessed any form of racial harassment or discrimination.
The TUC will treat the information provided in confidence, and the survey can be completed anonymously.
If you have any questions, please contact Wilf Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org or Natasha Owusu email@example.com.
Please complete this short survey by 27 February 2017.