Coronavirus (COVID-19): what you need to do

Stay at home

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  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home

Do not meet others, even friends or family.

You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.

Research and statistics

9 results that are Research, sorted by Updated (newest)

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Race Disparity Unit

  1. Ethnicity facts and figures: Chinese ethnic group

    An overview of facts and figures about people from the Chinese ethnic group and their experience of education, work, income, crime, policing and housing.

  2. Ethnicity facts and figures: Indian ethnic group

    A summary of facts and figures about people from the Indian ethnic group, including data on education, work and income, crime and policing, housing and health.

  3. Ethnic minority labour market participation interventions: part 2

    This research explores interventions which support 'stay at home' ethnic minority women in 22 Jobcentre Plus areas.

  4. Ethnic minority labour market participation interventions: part 1

    This research looks at interventions supporting ethnic minority labour market participation in 22 Jobcentre Plus areas.

  5. Sustainable development goals: reporting on progress by ethnicity

    A list of ethnicity data that shows progress against some of the sustainable development goals.

  6. Ethnic diversity of public sector workforces

    An overview of facts and figures about ethnic diversity in the public sector, including the police, teachers and the NHS.

  7. Ethnicity facts and figures: Black Caribbean ethnic group

    An overview of facts and figures about people from the Black Caribbean ethnic group and their experience of education, health, crime and policing, and housing.

  8. Race Disparity Audit

    Summary findings from the Ethnicity facts and figures website.

  9. Race at work 2018: McGregor-Smith review - one year on

    One-year on review of how employers in the UK are performing against the recommendations outlined in the McGregor-Smith review.