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US becoming more diverse, new census data shows
The proportion of white people went from just over 63% in 2010 to just under 58%, the lowest on record.
English study of 17 million finds minorities at higher risk from COVID
The largest study of its kind confirmed minority ethnic groups in England had a higher risk of testing positive for coronavirus, as well as hospitalisation, admission to intensive care, and death.
The dangers of eco-fascism and why it’s a ‘veneer for racist beliefs’
Francisca Rockey on how ordinary people are unknowingly contributing to the growing manifestation of modern eco-fascism.
Ethnic minorities over-80 less likely to get COVID-19 vaccine in UK
New research shows that BAME communities are less likely to get vaccinated than white people, especially those aged 80 and above in the UK. But what are the underlying reasons for this low vaccine uptake and what efforts have been made to improve it?
UK churches combat covid vaccine mistrust
Church groups in the UK launch a campaign to combat mistrust and increase covid vaccine take-up in black and minority ethnic communities
More than 100 killed in latest ethnic massacre in Ethiopia
The attack in Metekel zone of Benishangul-Gumuz region occurred a day after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed visited the region and spoke about the need to end such massacres.
EU lawmakers debate rights and protections of ethnic minorities
MEPs discussed the topics of minority languages and cultures that are spread out across the continent.
Mass COVID-19 study finds BAME community in England worst affected
The results have spurred the government to act.
Most pregnant women in UK hospitals with COVID-19 are from minorities
Researchers examined data from the UK Obstetric Surveillance System for pregnant women admitted to all 194 obstetric units in the UK with confirmed COVID-19 infection between 1 March and 14 April 2020.
US police violence: A few bad apples or systemic racism?
President Donald Trump's national security adviser has blamed 'a few bad apples' for police racism and brutality. Observers say much more should be done to limit the risk of violence and increase accountability.
Is Von der Leyen’s new commission team really ‘as diverse as Europe’?
“This is the team as diverse as Europe is, as strong as Europe is, those are dedicated men and women, and I’m looking forward to working with this team for Europe.”
The BBC is closing the gender pay gap. Now it must deal with the ethnic pay chasm ǀ View
Of the 75 highest-earning stars at the BBC, nearly half are now women. But if the gender pay gap was a scandal, the ethnic pay gap is a disgrace.
Italy's Salvini calls for 'little ethnic shops' to close early
Deputy Premier and Interior Minister, Matteo Salvini, is proposing an amendment that will force small grocery shops, often run by members of ethnic minorities, to close by 9 p.m.
Salvini pushes for census of Roma people in Italy
The Italian Interior minister wants numbers on the ethnic group's population in the country, while the new League/Five-Star Movement coalition is calling for the closure of illegal Roma camps.
Thousands of ethnic Uighurs rally outside European Commission against China
Uighurs accuse Beijing of oppressing them, in part by forcibly detaining many of their community in re-education camps where they're subjected to Chinese state propaganda.
UN chief Guterres says Rohingya crisis is "human rights nightmare"
He was briefing the UN Security Council's first public meeting on Myanmar in eight years
Indonesia's Muslims urge more support for Myanmar's Rohingyas
Protesters in Jakarta vowed to stand by their "Muslim brothers and sisters" fleeing what the United Nations has called a campaign of "ethnic cleansing" in Myanmar.
UN says Rohingya exodus from Myanmar is humanitarian catastrophe
UN Secretary General acknowledges Rohingya situation as ethnic cleansing and calls on Myanmar to take them back
UN urges Myanmar to end violence against Rohingyas
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged Myanmar authorities to end violence against Rohingya Muslims, saying the situation there could best be described as ethnic cleansing.
Pressure mounts on Myanmar over Rohingya exodus
Myanmar is facing mounting pressure over the mass Rohingya refugee exodus. On Monday, the UN’s top human rights official said the country’s
Royhingya violence: nearly 90,000 flee Myanmar
Aid agencies say nearly 90,000 Rohingya refugees have now fled to Bangladesh, since violence erupted in neighbouring Myanmar just over a week
Aboriginal art against mining
Aboriginal community leaders in Australia’s Northern Territory are using the power of political art to spread protest messages about losing control
Rohingya Muslims flee Myanmar for Bangladesh
Some 1,000 ethnic Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar, under fire from soldiers there, forced their way into Bangladesh on Monday.
Social media, models and diversity
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UK officers who Tasered their own race relations advisor acted as the public 'expect'
UK police officers who Tasered a prominent civil rights activist acted how “the public expect of them,” said the head of a local police lobby
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The courageous story of two girls who escaped sexual enslavement by ISIL
European Parliament Sakharov Prize winners Nadia Murad and Lamiya Aji Bashar in The Global Conversation