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Dominic Abrams, Jo Broadwood, Fanny Lalot, Kaya Davies Hayon, Hilal Ozkeçeci, Andrew Dixon
Discrimination, Prejudice and Cohesion – Intergroup relations among Black, Muslim and White People in Britain in the Context of COVID-19 and Beyond
Research has found high levels of discrimination being reported by Black and Muslim people in Britain, with 81% of Black British people and 73% of British Muslims reporting experiencing discrimination in the course of the previous month. Researchers at the University of Kent and the Belong Network studied survey data on social relations in Britain, focusing particularly on the attitudes and experiences of Black, Muslim and White respondents. The report also provides evidence for the importance of ‘intersectionality’ in understanding experiences of discrimination.