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Race and ethnicity

Evidence on the experience of poverty by people from minority ethnic groups in Wales

This paper presents a picture of the changing ethnic composition of Wales since 2001.

Written by:
David Owen
Date published:

JRF commissioned this paper as part of its programme on poverty and ethnicity, which aims to understand the underlying reasons for variations in low income and deprivation among different ethnic groups in the UK and the problems caused. This paper accompanies the JRF report Poverty and Ethnicity in Wales, and it draws on available data on poverty and disadvantage, examining the relative socio-economic situation of minority ethic groups in Wales.

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