Dismantling racism in charity retail

A statement of commitment

Action plan

Disability Confident

The CRA is a member of Disability Confident


REPORT: From good intentions to impact – supercharging race equity in the charity sector
Following the launch of ACEVO’s Home Truths 2020 report, the Civil Society Group, of which the Charity Retail Association is a part, formed a task and finish group to focus on dismantling racism in the charity sector. This group of membership and infrastructure charity leaders sought to work together to have a greater impact on creating lasting change in the wider sector.

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS: A comprehensive legal guide, supplied by Worknest, in the members’ area of this website detailing your requirements with regard to anti-discrimination policy. Log in required. Scroll to Knowledge hub online resources and click on Discrimination.

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS: An overview Powerpoint presentation, supplied by Worknest.

PODCAST: Inclusive leadership from The Diversity Trust

PODCAST: Advancing the potential of women and ethnic minorities in the workplace from The Diversity Trust

PRESENTATION: Charity Retail Conference 2022 – Woke is not a four letter word, by Steph Edusei, Chief Executive, St Oswald’s Hospice
Does equality, diversity and inclusion really matter or is it now just addressing the concerns of people who are overly sensitive? Do certain factors really affect life chances and outcomes? How can someone who has very little be privileged? This is an opportunity to examine all these questions and more and to hear real life examples of what it is like to be a ‘minority’ as well get some examples of how you can make a difference to people’s lives. Members of the CRA can request the video recording by email from susan@charityretail.org.uk