As part of our Equality Action Plan we've collated various resources that illustrate best practice in addressing inequalities in mental health. Below you'll find the best reports and resources from other organisations.
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The Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) programme was established in 2015. It requires organisations employing the 1.3 million-strong NHS workforce to report against nine indicators of race equality and supports continuous improvement through robust action planning to tackle the root causes of discrimination.
Since its introduction in 2015, the WRES programme has been providing direction and tailored support to the NHS, intended to enable organisations to continuously improve performance in this area. The 2020 WRES report covers all nine indicators and 11 indicators are included in the version updated in July 2021.
The Commission carries out research and investigates equality and human rights across Great Britain, they also conduct major research projects into pressing issues of social inequality and areas in which our human rights are under threat.
The 23 Medical Royal Colleges and Faculties are all part of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, which brings together the views of individual specialties to collectively influence and shape healthcare across the four nations of the UK.
Below you will find links to relevant resources released by our fellow organisations.