14 Feb 2018
According to the latest pay and equalities survey carried out by ACEVO, the charity sector has failed to significantly increase the proportion of chief executives coming from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Some 95 per cent of Chief Executives that responded to the
umbrella body's 2018 survey were from white backgrounds. Although
this was a slight dip from the 97 per cent received in the 2017
survey, the figure is similar to when Acevo first published
ethnicity data in 2008. Then, 4.2 per cent of respondents reported
being from a BAME background.
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