British Beauty Council joins movement which calls for an end to afro hair discrimination in schools

by | Jul 9, 2022

In bringing an end to afro hair discrimination in schools throughout England, Scotland, and Wales, the British Beauty Council are joining the movement with L’myah Sherae at Enact Equality to help inform national guidance against hair discrimination in the UK.⁠

Last year, a national campaign to end afro hair discrimination in schools was launched. This led to both the Equality and Human Rights Commission, and the Prime Minister’s Office, agreeing to publish strengthened national guidance against afro hair discrimination for education providers across England.

 

A short survey has been created as part of the movement’s scoping exercise which will inform the next stage of the work.

 

If you have any experiences or ideas which you’d like to share, complete the short survey here.

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