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.

Race Council Cymru 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.

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Experiences of Racism & ‘Race’ in Schools in Wales

Experiences of Racism & ‘Race’ in Schools in Wales Race Council Cymru collaborated with EYST, SRTRC and Tros Gynnal Plant to write a paper setting out the importance of addressing and tackling racism in schools and introducing black and diverse histories in the school curriculum here in Wales. Please click on the link to read…


70th Anniversary of Windrush Generation in Wales – Cardiff and Swansea

Race Council Cymru and the Black History Cymru Elders marked the 70th Anniversary of the Empire Windrush arrival in Wales at the Senedd and the Lord Mayor’s Reception Room in the Guildhall to acknowledge the contribution the Windrush generation have made to our country.

The leader of the House, Julie James will host the celebration, as part of a week of events to mark Refugee Week, to commemorate Windrush Day and recognise its wide historic and present-day significance.


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.


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.


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.


Our latest Job

Rhaglennydd Datblygol Mis Hanes Pobl Dduon // Black History Month Emerging Programmer
As part of the Black History Month Celebrations 2018 Black History Month and Wales Millennium Centre are venturing on their first collaboration in the Centre cabaret space; ffresh opening the Centre’s Performances for the Curious season this Autumn.