WHO WE ARE
Race Council Cymru works to promote race equality, art, heritage and cultural activities for black and minority ethnic communities across 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 the local authority, governing bodies and businesses to promote awareness of race inequality. We work to establish and facilitate channels of communication with minority ethnic and grassroots communities throughout Wales in conjunction with and on behalf of Primary Stakeholders, Welsh Government, Local Authorities and other such private and public bodies.
Race Council Cymru (RCC).
Statements on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
In these difficult and unprecedented times, Race Council Cymru recognises the serious impact on all of our communities arising from Covid-19 and we are doing as much as we can to support and signpost our communities to the latest official up to date information and guidance in as many languages as possible.
All RCC staff continue to work from their own homes now that our office building has had to shut to the public and we will be uploading information about ongoing projects, opportunities and support services as we receive them.
We’ll continue to share them via our website and social media accounts.
WHAT WE DO
Working together to promote race equality, integration and justice in Wales
Race Council Cymru facilitates and manages events, projects and activities to support its strategic mission. The charity works with diverse ethnic minority groups and individuals across Wales to deliver the projects listed below. So far RCC’s work encompasses many successes including Black History Month, Windrush, Crossing Borders and much more.