JRHT and JRF are committing to being an anti-racist organisation and even more so following the recent events associated with the killing of George Floyd. We want to talk to residents and staff to identify the work we need to do to meet this commitment.
We have set up a Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) staff inclusion network to provide a supportive space for people to talk about their experiences, and to come up with ideas for what JRF/JRHT can do to be a safer and more welcoming place for everyone to work,.
Your experience matters
If you identify as Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) or want to be a white ally we want to hear from you. We want to hear from you about your experiences, and if you are experiencing racism or discrimination in the way we provide our services we want you to report it.
We hope you’ll join us in that conversation, we want together to identify the support and information we all need to build understanding and make changes for the better.
Here are some resources about Black History month and organisations working to address racism.