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My Journey - From Syria to Leicester
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TREC and Leicester & Leicestershire’s Community Organisations work together to tackle social and economic exclusion


New Online Course - Managing Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

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The Race Equality Centre in Leicester & Leicestershire

TREC office
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Mon – Thurs 9am – 5pm
The office is closed to the public on Friday except by appointment

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Please note the office is closed every day for lunch between 1-2pm

Address: 2nd Floor, Phoenix Yard,
5-9 Upper Brown Street,
Leicester, LE1 5TE
Tel: 0116 2042790
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Bristol City Council accused of racism by black development worker


David McLeod won race discrimination damages from a Bristol school, the City Academy, because he (and other black staff) were routinely passed over for promotion while three white managers were appointed. The Principle of the Academy at the time, Gill Kelly, who oversaw the practices that discriminated against Mr McLeod, has now been hired by Bristol City Council. Mr McLeod said news of her appointment with the council "leaves a bad taste in my mouth". "Under her rule, 11 black and minority ethnic (BME) people said 'your organisation is institutionally racist.' "


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