The Race Equality Commission was set up in January 2021 to listen to people in Ealing and to come up with proposals to address the impact of inequality on their wellbeing and life chances.
The commission is made up of 12 independent commissioners, from diverse backgrounds that broadly reflect the diversity of Ealing.
The commissioners are interested in what residents believe can be done to reduce race inequality. The central questions that are being asked are:
- How structural inequalities are impacting on race and outcomes.
- Identifying how race inequality can be addressed and prevented in the future.
- To what extent the history of Ealing’s built environment is impacting and perpetuating inequality.
The Commission wants to hear residents experiences of inequality in Ealing – what’s the impact on you, your family and your friends. What do you think needs to change to improve people’s lives?
You can take part in the survey, or alternatively write to the commissioners by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by post at Race Equality Commission (community engagement team), Perceval House, 14-16 Uxbridge Road, Ealing W5 2HL.
You can also call and speak to one of the community engagement team on 020 8825 6100 from Monday to Friday 9am-5pm.