Workforce planning key to improving early help access for ethnic minorities, study finds

Joe Lepper
Thursday, June 30, 2022

Improvements to workforce planning and in the design of support can help tackle discrimination and racism faced by ethnic minority families looking to access early help services, researchers have found.

'Racism and discrimination have no place in services for families', researchers say. Picture: Adobe Stock
'Racism and discrimination have no place in services for families', researchers say. Picture: Adobe Stock

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