ACEVO (Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, registered charity no. 1114591) and Voice4Change England (registered charity no. 1140624) are carrying out research to understand what people connected to charities think about race equality, diversity and inclusivity in the charity sector via an online survey.
The survey closes at 5pm, Monday 30th September 2019.
This survey is designed to be completed by people:
- classified as Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnic. (In census terms the BAME category covers everyone outside the category 'White British'. Groups classified as BAME include people identifying as Arab, Latinx, Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Chinese, people of multiple ethnic backgrounds, African, Caribbean, Irish, Gypsy or Irish Traveller).
- who, in the last five years, have worked for any length of time as interns, employees, volunteers, associates/freelancers, or trustees in registered charities in England and Wales.
- 'Mainstream' charities - those whose staff and trustees can be from any ethnicity, e.g. as with most cancer, homeless or international development charities.
- Charities mandated to be led by particular population groups, but not based on ethnicity, e.g. charities led by and for women or LGBTQI people.
- Social purpose organisations that are not registered charities;
- Registered charities in England and Wales mandated to be led by particular BAME populations, e.g. Jewish, Muslim or Caribbean welfare charities, as these are different when it comes to issues of racial diversity.