There are lots of places you can find help in your own community to deal with racism and racial discrimination.
- Commission for Racial Equality
- For Sikh children
- Black Information Link. Ethnic minority issues
- Confederation of Indian Organisations, working with Asian voluntary organisations
- Holocaust Memorial Day: January 27 in the UK. This commemorates the date of the anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau
- The Refugee Council. The UK is now home to people from all corners of...
Start keeping a diary of who said what and when, and who witnessed it.
If your child is being called names relating to colour or religion or culture then the first step is to write to the head teacher to explain what has been going on and to ask for it to be stopped immediately.
If English is not your first language and you have contacts in the community, then tell them what is happening at your child's school, and ask for help. Your child may not be the only one suffering this problem. Dealing with bullying can be upsetting and isolating. Tell us about it so that we can help you.
The deadline for bringing a case to the county court is six months less one day from the behaviour...
Britain is a multi-racial and multi-faith country and everyone has the right to have their culture and religion respected by others.
Nobody has the right to call your child names or to treat them badly because of their colour, race or religion.
It's illegal and it can be stopped.
You don't have to be a different colour to suffer racist bullying. Your family might have come from Romania or the former Yugoslavia.
Neither is racist bullying confined to colour of skin. We've had complaints of non-Welsh and non-Scots children experiencing bullying in those countries. Other complaints have been about traveller children finding life difficult in school.
Racist bullying is...
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