4 edition of The response to the Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration. found in the catalog.
The response to the Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration.
Great Britain. Community Relations Commission. Reference Division.
by Community Relations Commission, Reference Division in London
Written in English
|LC Classifications||DA125.A1 G674 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5-57 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||76351956|
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Great Britain. Immigration to Great Britain -- Control -- Great Britain -- Parliament -- House of Commons -- Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration -- 'Immigration' Critical studies.  First Report from the Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration, SessionImmigration, March  The Labour government firmly rejected the Select Committee's report.
Its comment on the Select Committee report contained no new thinking. See Observations on the Select Committee report on Immigration (; Cmnd). Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration (SCRRI) () The Problems of Coloured School Leavers (London: HMSO).
Google Scholar Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration (SCRRI) () Education (London: HMSO).Cited by: 2. PRO HO /, Memorandum submitted by the Home Office to the Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration, 23 Aprilemphasis added. However, not all those who can identify as mixed-race will choose to do so.
On this issue, see Perlmann and Waters (), especially the chapter by Goldstein and Morning ().Cited by: of Commons Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration was charged with inquiring into the organisation of race relations administration.
They gathered evidence and recommendations for reform from a wide range of sources, and their report in July made a number of proposals for change, foreshadowing the.
PRO HO /, letter from J.T.A Howard-Drake to Mr. Weiler, 19 January There were also substantial discussions at the meetings of the Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration in andbut these took place after the decision to not include a direct question on ethnicity had already been made (PRO HO /).
The increase in immigration after dramatically changed Britain's racial demographic. Tension between Commonwealth immigrants and the indigenous population led to race riots like the Notting Hill riot of Race relations became an integral part of social policy. The Race Relations Act of set up the Race Relations Board but was mostly ineffective in reducing descrimination.
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Notes on the text. Background. In its report on The West Indian Community, the Commons Select Committee on Race Relations and Immigration had highlighted widespread concerns about the poor performance of West Indian children in schools and had recommended that the government should institute a high level and independent inquiry into the causes of this underachievement.
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