On this page you will find resources relating to race, one of the protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010
Under the Equality Act, the protected characteristic of 'race' includes colour, nationality, and ethnic or national origins.
This video (right), from the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), explains more about discrimination based on race.
Conversation about equality, diversity and inclusion
This video, developed by the NHS Leadership Academy, discusses some of the challenges for BAME staff in the NHS. It explores concepts of 'otherness', 'weathering', and the emotional strain of working in healthcare.
This film was produced as a training aid for all NHS Grampian staff on the difficult topic of racism. It features the brave and frank experiences of three members of staff.
In this digital resource from the King's Fund, ethnic minority NHS staff share their stories. It explores people's personal, lived experiences of racism and discrimination, and what can make a difference.
This report from the Runnymede Trust is presented as a further and necessary check on how Scotland’s race equality agenda is developing and where it may be headed in the years to come.
Roads from the past: a short history of Britain's Gypsies, Roma, and Travellers
This short animation was created by Travellers' Times Online. It explains the the origins of Britain's nomadic peoples, and how their cultures developed over time.
An agreement based on the NHS Scotland's Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities and feedback from Scotland's Gypsy/Travellers.