Tackling social inequalities and community integration in the UK
It is now widely known that inequalities in health, including mental health, arise because of inequalities in society – in the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age.
We work to reduce inequalities which could otherwise undermine social integration and wellbeing, working alongside partners to achieve this, particularly in the areas of skills, health, wealth, housing, justice and opportunities.
Empowering the BAME Youth
Black and minority ethnic (BAME) groups are still underrepresented across the UK’s labour market, with lower employment rates for the majority of BAME groups. Young black men (aged 16 to 24 years) have particularly high rates of unemployment, at 32 per cent compared to 14 per cent among young white men. For
this to change, employers must be more aware of the problem and what they can do to address it.
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