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Soc&Env: Work and worklessness: Local inequalities data by ethnicity

Economic activity by ethnicity is not available in detail for Hackney or City residents. Figure 8 shows the breakdown for London as a whole. White London residents are more likely to be employed, and less likely to be unemployed or economically inactive, than almost all Black, Asian and other minority ethnic (BAME) groups. Mixed, Pakistani …

Soc&Env: Education and training: Local inequalities data by ethnicity and religion

Figure 4 shows that inequality in attainment by ethnicity increases across the life course in Hackney residents. In the Early Years, there are no real differences between different ethnic groups, but in Key Stage 2 and at GCSE Asian pupils do significantly better than average. In adulthood ethnic disparities are most marked, with over half …

Soc&Env: Living standards: Local inequalities data by ethnicity

Urban areas with large ethnic minority populations also contain some of the most deprived neighbourhoods.  This does not necessarily point to a causal relationship, however. Child poverty is higher in all ethnic minority groups than average; children from ethnic minority backgrounds are almost twice as likely to be in poverty as children from White backgrounds. 

Soc&Env: Local inequalities data on cultural facilities

Libraries in Hackney are used by people from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds, closely matching the borough deprivation profile.  As such, they are a potentially valuable setting for targeted interventions to reduce health inequalities. A larger number of women than men are active library users (information on gender was not provided by 4% of …

Soc&Env: Local inequalities data on community cohesion by ethnicity and religion

Local survey data showed that Hackney residents from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are less likely to be satisfied with the local area (83%) compared with the average for all residents (90%). However, Black residents are more likely to agree that the local area has improved over the past five years (52% …

Soc&Env: Local inequalities data on housing by ethnicity

The 2011 Census found that owner occupation is most common among White British and White Other households in Hackney, while Black ethnic groups are the least likely to be owner occupiers and most likely to be living in social housing (Figure 6). In the City, White Other and Asian residents are the most likely to …

CYP: Local inequalities data on primary care attendances by ethnicity

Figure 6 shows that, in Hackney and the City, the rate of primary care attendance across the different age groups is similar in most ethnic groups, with the exception of British or Mixed British children (where rates are relatively higher among 15-19 year olds) and Asian children (where attendance rates decrease with increasing age). Overall, …

CYP: Local inequalities data on hospital admissions by ethnicity

Among children aged four and under in Hackney and the City, those of White or Black ethnicities have the highest rates of emergency admission and those of Mixed or Other backgrounds the lowest rates of admission (Figure 7). Figure 7: Emergency attendances and emergency admissions in Hackney and City 0-4 year olds at HUHFT per …

CYP: Vulnerable children: Local inequalities data by Ethnicity

Looked after children Children of Black ethnicity are over-represented among Hackney’s looked after children (LAC) – accounting for nearly half (45%) of looked after children, but comprising less than one third (29%) of the local 0-19 population. Conversely, children of White ethnicity are under-represented among Hackney’s looked after children – accounting for less than one …