Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality

Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality

ISCRE (the Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality) became a registered charity in 1996, having started in 1977 under the name ‘Ipswich & District Committee for Community Relations’. In 1982 the name changed to ‘Ipswich and District Community Relations Council’ and again in 1987 to its present name, ISCRE.

ISCRE’S main purpose is to work towards:

  1. the elimination of unlawful discrimination on the grounds of people’s race, sex, disability, age, marital and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief.
  2. promoting equality of opportunity and good relations between all persons and to advance and organise co-operation in the achievement of the aforesaid purposes.

We also help organisations, agencies and employers in the statutory, private and voluntary sectors, to understand the extent and nature of discrimination and inequality experienced by individuals and groups in fields such as the criminal justice system, housing, employment, education, health and social care. The aim is to encourage them to implement policies and practices which will eliminate discrimination and promote equality of opportunity, and good relations, between all persons.



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