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Potential trustees are put off by fears of racism, research finds

By September 2, 2020National News

From Civil Society

Charity boards should do more to break the stereotype of “a club filled with old white men”, according to research into the recruitment of new trustees. The research was conducted by Getting On Board, a charity which works to match individuals with trustee boards. It found that “experience and expectation of racism” put off some potential trustees who were younger or from ethnic minority backgrounds. Getting On Board’s findings are based on two focus groups, with a total of 50 participants, as well as survey responses from 30 more people. The report has anonymised all observations

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