Supplementary page for case study: Is Britain Fairer? What do the data tell us?

Accessible version of diagram showing the five components of evidence collection and analysis

At the centre of the diagram lies Intersectionality.

Intersectionality is at the centre of the diagram, where the four other components intersect, these components being:

  • Protected characteristics
  • Socio-economic group
  • Geographical analysis
  • People at higher risk of harm, abuse, discrimination or disadvantage

Within each of the four components is a list of elements of that component.

Protected characteristics

Socio-economic group

  • NS-SEC classes
  • Receiving free school meals

Geographical analysis

  • Country
  • Urban, Town, Rural
  • Regional
  • Local authorities

People at higher risk of harm, abuse, discrimination or disadvantage

  • Carers
  • Homeless
  • Resident or detained in prison, youth custody, or health and social care settings
  • In immigration detention
  • Refugees, asylum-seekers or undocumented, forced, smuggled or trafficked

 

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