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Scarman Lecture: Nick Clegg speech

Scarman Lecture: Nick Clegg speech; Clegg speech SOT **Please note - some picture drop-out from here** - In sport, as in many worlds, we have moved forward. But in so many professions the ceilings remain. Why are there over 400 more young black British men in prison than at Russell Group universities? Why are half of all Black African children and nearly two-thirds of Pakistani and Bangladeshi children growing up in poverty? We may have made progress, but it is passing them by. The real lesson from the last thirty years is this: It is not enough for a society to reject bigotry. Because real equality is not just the absence of prejudice, it is the existence of fairness and opportunity too. So we have to understand what's been missing. In government, Labour achieved a lot for race equality and they deserve credit for it. But their approach, though benign, was too narrow: they attempted to deliver equality solely through the state. Of course, the state has been an important engine for greater race equality, through legislation to outlaw racist practices and the public sector was used to improve ethnic minority access to the labour market. But the state-led, law-led approach can only take you part of the way. Now, at a time of fiscal tightening, groups that rely more heavily on the public sector for employment are more exposed to the need to reduce public spending. And we see more clearly that grave inequalities in the private sector remain. For example, in the public sector men from ethnic minorities working full time now earn slightly more than their white male colleagues. But in the private sector, for every pound a white man earns, a man from an ethnic minority earns just 89 pence. Greater fairness in the public sector is an important achievement. But it is not enough. Real equality means equality of opportunity across the whole of the economy. The whole of society. Labour tried to compensate for inequality in the section of society they could control. Rather ...
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