Institutional racism remains a fundamental problem in our society. is means that all organisations and communities, including trade unions, need to continue to tackle racism and promote race equality. e TUC and its aﬃliates give the highest priority to tackling racism in the workplace and to promoting and publicising the ongoing work of unions in their sectors, industries and structures. is workbook, . Tackling racism - a TUC workbook Institutional racism remains a fundamental problem in our society. This means that all organisations and communities, including trade unions. The TUC and its affiliates give the highest priority to tackling racism in the workplace and to promoting and publicising the ongoing work of unions in their sectors, industries and structures. The TUC believes that racism is real in our workplaces. While considerable research has been conducted on access to employment, there is not much data available on the experiences of Black and minority ethnic (BME) people in the workplace. Every worker should be treated fairly at work and have a decent, good-quality job.
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