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Race and ethnicity

Breaking the links between poverty and ethnicity in Wales

People of all ethnicities experience poverty, but the risk is higher for some groups in particular.

Written by:
Anna Nicholl, Chris Johnes and Duncan Holtom
Date published:

This Viewpoint considers this situation in Wales, both in terms of the experience of different ethnic groups, and policy and practice.

This Viewpoint explores:

  • poverty and ethnicity in Wales;
  • employer behaviour and workplace culture;
  • places and local labour markets;
  • caring and earning;
  • social networks;
  • poverty through the recession;
  • occupational and residential patterns; and
  • employment projections for 2020.
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