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Call for Independent Citizen Tribunal Members

Jun 30, 2022 | Uncategorized

The Race Equality Commission was set up in January 2021, and was made up of 12 independent commissioners, from diverse backgrounds that broadly reflect the diversity of Ealing. The Commission was led by Lord Simon Woolley, founder of Operation Black Vote and President of Homerton College (Cambridge University), as Chair of the Commission.

Having listened extensively to local people, the Race Equality Commission has completed its programme of work and the Commission’s report was published in January 2022.

All demands of the report were agreed by the Council and its LSP partners.  The next stage is to translate the demands of the report into action plans.

The delivery of the action plans will involve a host of stakeholders and partners who will be expected to address the inequalities and disproportionate outcomes achieved by people from Black Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds (BAME).

One of the recommendations of the Commission was the setting up of an independent Citizens’ Tribunal who would hold the Council and its partners to account for the delivery of the action plan

Further information on the Commission’s recommendations can be found here   Do Something Good – Ealing Race Equality Commission

We hope that Tribunal members and the Chair can bring a broad cross section of lived experience and expertise in one or more of the priority areas of education, health, policing, and engagement and reflect Ealing’s diverse population so that the collective lived experiences and skills of selected members (appoint approximately 10 members will be selected) will make a lasting and significant contribution in helping to achieve the outcomes of the Race Equality Action Plan.

Please can you share this information to your members and networks and contacts who you think would be interested and suited to the role of a Citizen Tribunal Member or that of the Chair.

Information regarding the selection process and an online application form can be found at the following link.  Citizens’ Tribunal – Do Something Good

Please note the closing date for applications will be at midday, Monday June 27th. Interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place week-commencing July 11th.



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