Promoting Integration and Race Equality in Wales

Race Council Cymru (RCC) was established in 2010 as an overarching umbrella body with the mission to bring together key organisations within Wales to cooperate on promoting Integration, championing Justice and Race Equality in institutions and society.

RCC engages with BAME grassroots communities and works directly with local authority and governing bodies to promote the awareness of race inequalities; monitor the workings of the Equality Act 2010 as relating to integration, race equality and justice to assess its impact and identify areas for improvement.

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Social Media & Data Protection

Social media is a powerful tool for organisations to increase exposure, build relationships and generate new business. Unfortunately, if you’re not aware of the legal implications, including those within the Data Protection Act, social media can be as much of a threat as a saviour.

Date: 2 November 2016
Time: Registration 9am, Close 11am
Venue: Hugh James, Hodge House, St Mary Street, Cardiff, CF10 1DY

Please use the RSVP button below to sign up to our seminar on social media and data protection. This is your opportunity to learn about the legal consequences that using social media has for your organisation, especially those who lead and manage staff.

Race Equality in Wales Report

The report reveals the findings of the exploratory research on the experiences of people from black and minority ethnic (BME) backgrounds across Wales.

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Third Sector Partnership Council

Race Council Cymru (RCC) has been elected to represent ethnic minority communities across Wales on the Third Sector Partnership Council (TSPC) for the next two years. We look forward to working with you all.

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First Minister of Wales Carwyn a Jones AM endorses Black History in Wales

In Wales, we value the diversity of our communities and this is what makes us such a vibrant and tolerant nation.

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