Black-led charities ‘made to feel they are underserving of funding’, says report


Black and minority led charities are being made to feel “as though they aren’t deserving of funding” due to structural racism in the third sector, according to a report.


The Ubele Initiative report says the charity sector is blighted by systemic racism, which is leading to a feeling among charities supporting black and minoritised communities that they are not deserving of funding.


Other issues highlighted include diversity and inclusion efforts being confused with demonstrating anti-racism by funders.


There is also a lack of transparency about why funding applications are being turned down, says the report.


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