Following the racist murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor and many others and the #BlackLivesMatter protests across the world, we wanted to share advice and ways to get support for those who have been targets of racism and discrimination.

Racism is an urgent issue in the UK. We all have a role to play in challenging it at a structural and individual level. We stand in solidarity with the black community and fully support the Black Lives Matter movement.

Advice on discrimination because of race, your rights and actions you can take.

Advice on taking action about discrimination including legal action.

Advice on hate crime and how to report it.

The Equality Advisory Support Service is available to help if you’ve been discriminated against.

Stop Hate UK have a range of resources and information on their website for organisations who can support.

Runnymede Trust challenges race inequality in the UK and UFF Campaign support those affected by deaths in police, prison, immigration and psychiatric custody.

Childline have information and support for young people who’ve been the targets of racism and racist bullying.

Report it have a list of organisations who are able to support targets of hate crimes. 

We also wanted to highlight the work of UK voluntary sector organisations tackling racism.