Institutional racism remains a fundamental problem in our society. This means that all organisations and communities, including trade unions, need to continue to tackle racism and promote race equality.

This section seeks to be a focal point for support and advice on dealing with issues of discrimination, harassment and racism that BFAWU members experience.

We know there are structural barriers such as racism, including assumptions about capabilities based on racial/ethnic stereotypes are every day experiences for BFAWU BAME members.




Class guide to challenging ‘divide and rule narratives’ around Race and Class

Class checklist for advocates to build solidarity across difference

Class report ‘We are Ghosts’ Race, Class and institutional prejudice

Immigration – the facts and the fixes

Dying On the Job – Racism and risk at work

Let’s talk about racism

Is Racism Real? A report about the experiences of Black and minority workers


Show racism the red card

European Network against Racism

Institute of race relations

Love Music Hate Racism

UK Black Pride