Poor records on race and on pay 3

March 11, 2005

Lena Dominelli observes that there are no black professors of social work.

It is not much better in social policy, the discipline where one might have expected a fair representation of black and ethnic minority professors: there are three.

But given the funding council's recent survey that found that only one in eight universities is making significant progress in implementing race equality, it is not surprising.

Gary Craig
Hull University

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