Prospect BAME Network

This network for Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) workers brings together members from across Prospect to share experiences and ideas on how we tackle racism and create better workplaces.

The murder of George Floyd in America has brought new awareness to the injustice, racism and discrimination experienced by black people in societies that are majority white. This terrible incident has led to mass protests around the world about the treatment of black people at every level of society.

Equality is at the core of what we do as a union – but we know more work is needed.

Many organisations and individuals are now starting to consider or reconsider how their structures and practices can be changed to recognise and address the in-built racism that Black, Asian and minority ethnic people deal with. This is the case both in the trade union movement but also in the workplaces where we organise and represent workers.

The BAME network is a network for members to share experiences, build relationships with allies and have access to information and resources about all the different forms of racism people experience in the workplace.

By signing up you will receive information, updates and invites to events taking place that specifically relate to equality and race.

Your views and suggestions will also be fed into Prospect’s Equal Opportunities Advisory Committee to ensure we are listening to and involving our BAME members.

Download our BAME resources pack

Get involved

Help make a difference across Prospect workplaces by joining Prospect’s BAME Network.*
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*You’ll need to log in to our website to join the network. Download our guide to logging into the Prospect website for the first time if you are unsure on how to log in.