There is evidence that structural inequalities are affecting the outcomes of BAME residents within the Liverpool City Region (LCR). This is demonstrated through labour market indicators: in LCR Black residents are less likely to be in employment and are more likely to be paid lower wages, with lower wage growth.
As a result, the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (LCRCA) has commissioned Innervision to undertake research and evidence gathering, with a view to providing practical recommendations and solutions to address the barriers and issues in the City Region.
Innervision Consultancy is a Black led, socially responsible business whose purpose is to improve the quality of life for people experiencing inequality.
You are invited to contribute to this research by completing this positive action survey.
There are also a series of focus groups that you may wish to take part in. They can be booked by clicking the links below:
Wed 17 Feb 2021
11:45 – Equality Networks
14:00 – BAME young people
15:45 – BAME people
18:00 – BAME young people
Thurs 18 Feb 2021
11:45 – Housing Networks
14:00 – BAME Business
Fri 19 Feb 2021
11:45 – Third sector
14:00 – Private sector employeesBack to blog