Diversity Matters

20 July 2020

Racial inequality in mental healthcare

In this blog, Satvir looks at racial inequality in mental healthcare and explores the reasons for this inequality.

16 July 2020

The problems with race in UK policing: Part 2

Is a lack of diversity really that important? Does it matter whether an officer is White or Black when their job is to impartially enforce the law and protect the public?

15 July 2020

The problems with race in UK policing: Part 1

The killing of George Floyd on 25 May 2020 by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who knelt on Mr. Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, has been rightly met with widespread anger and condemnation. People have taken to the streets for rallies in support of the Black Lives Matter (‘BLM’) movement in the USA, the UK and around the world. Demonstrating exactly why people of Black heritage are entirely justified if they ever feel unsafe in the UK today is the fact that Parliament’s first response to the BLM protests was to draft a bill that protects its statues, not its citizens.

13 July 2020

COVID-19 only highlighted the racial inequality within the healthcare setting which has put BAME patients disproportionately at risk for years

Recent events around the globe have made the reality of racial inequality in society feature at the forefront of media coverage, political discussion and social consciousness, but the effect of this inequality has been felt by those in the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community long before this.  It has become clear that there is a lot of work to be done to address these inequalities in every aspect of society and COVID-19 has demonstrated that significant progress must be made in the healthcare sector to protect patients and healthcare workers from a BAME background.  

Simran Tatla

8 July 2020

Stop and Search: can we continue to justify the use of this police power?

The police currently have the power to stop and search citizens across the UK under a wide range of legislative acts for the purpose of preventing and detecting crime. For years, this has been one of the most controversial and contentious police powers,  with the promise of extending the powers regularly being used as the go-to rallying call for politicians who want to show that they are being ‘tough on crime’

Maeve Keenan

Diversity and Inclusion at Kingsley Napley

Diversity and Inclusion at Kingsley Napley

Our BAME group's film screening of The Hard Stop

Attended by KN employees and the Stop and Search Legal Project.

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Kingsley Napley Diversity and Inclusion Statistics 2019

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LGBTQ and allies network

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BAME network group

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International Women's Day 2019

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BAME webinar: Challenges faced at work

Recorded Monday 3 December 2018.

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2019: supporting trans employees in the workplace

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Kingsley Napley listed in the “Top 25 in the Legal Sector” of the Workplace Equality Index 2019

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#IDAHOBIT day 2019

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#Pride2019

Kingsley Napley are publishing a series of blogs to celebrate Pride and to raise awareness about the issues facing LGBT+ people in our communities.

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BAME book club: Why I'm no longer talking to white people about race

Our most recent book.

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