Race in the workplace: The McGregor-Smith Review
Independent review by Baroness McGregor-Smith considering the issues affecting black and minority ethnic (BME) groups in the workplace.
Published 28 February 2017
Ethnic diversity of UK boards: The Parker Review
Independent review by Sir John Parker into the ethnic diversity of UK boards. This independent review considers how to improve the ethnic and cultural diversity of UK boards to better reflect their employee base and the communities they serve.
Published 2 November 2016
Last updated 5 February 2020
Windrush Lessons Learned: The Wendy Williams Review
Independent report looking into the events leading up to the Windrush scandal, in which several people were wrongly deported by the Home Office.
Published 19 July 2018
Last updated 31 March 2020
Lammy Review: final report
An independent review into the treatment of, and outcomes for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic individuals in the criminal justice system. The Review’s findings are underpinned by the latest available evidence and supported by specially commissioned research and analysis.
Published 8 September 2017
Deaths and serious incidents in police custody: The Angiolini Review
An independent review into serious incidents and deaths in custody, undertaken by Dame Elish Angiolini. The review began its work in October 2015 and its aims included examining the procedures and processes surrounding deaths and serious incidents in police custody, including the lead up to such incidents and the immediate aftermath, through to the conclusion of official investigations.
Published 30 October 2017
Timpson review of school exclusion
Former children’s minister Edward Timpson led the review which set out to explore how schools used exclusion and why certain groups of children, including children in need, those in care, as well as those with SEND or from certain ethnic groups, were more likely to be excluded.
Published May 2019