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Poll: Is racism still rife in Scottish workplaces?

This poll is almost 6 years old
 

A Scottish Parliament committee found Scotland’s ethnic minorities are on average more likely to be unemployed or in low-paid work.

Is racism still rife in Scottish workplaces?

Yes
51
No
27

Despite 40 years of legislation, training initiatives and equality policies, Scotland’s ethnic minorities are on average more likely to be unemployed or in low-paid work – despite largely performing better academically than white Scots.

Is racism still rife in Scottish workplaces?

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almost 6 years ago
you should do a poll on racisim towards the English which is the most institutionalised accepted form of racism in this country. I have seen good friends of mine who are English deeply hurt by so called 'Banter'