Global Race Centre for Equality (GRACE)
Global Race Centre for Equality (GRACE) works to generate new questions and new thinking in relation to modern day challenges relating to racial inequalities across the globe.
GRACE is a vibrant, transdisciplinary research centre, committed to quality research and intellectual enquiry that has real-world impact. The Centre is led by academics of colour and benefits from an active membership of colleagues with a track record of race-focused and/or racially inclusive research with a commitment to anti-racism.
The centre operates under four key research themes, reflecting industry, the private, statutory, and voluntary sectors.
The four research areas:
- Race and Organisational Development
- Race and Social Policy
- Race and Psychology
- Race and Health
The purpose of GRACE is to explore institutional and societal approaches that lead to enhanced racial justice. Members are interested in the interplay between the lived experiences of Black, Asian, and other racialised minorities, power, institutional structures and culture, and the outcomes for racialised minorities across all walks of life.
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