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The Race Disparity Audit data published this week by the Government collates pre-existing data for various public services, analysed by ethnicity. The initial release includes datasets that the Government says were prioritised, with the intention that further data releases will follow in due course, with the data also being updated regularly. There will no doubt be further scrutiny of the data and debates about correlation and causation.
The initial release includes data on healthcare, education, employment and the criminal justice system. Higher Education data does not feature heavily in the initial release, although the Government’s initial Summary Findings includes its commentary on the education data, including:
In announcing the audit’s publication, Government Minister Damian Green stated that “the Government will take action with partners to address the ethnic disparities highlighted by the audit […] The approach that the Government are taking is “explain or change”. When significant disparities between ethnic groups cannot be explained by wider factors, we will commit ourselves to working with partners to change them.”
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