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6th June 2018 1 minute read
More than a third (34) of the largest 100 UK charities by turnover have no ethno-cultural diversity in their senior leadership team.
Green Park’s Leadership 2,000 – an analysis of the ethno-cultural and gender diversity of Major UK Charities senior leadership teams, finds that 34 of the 100 largest UK charities, categorised by turnover, have all white senior leadership teams.
The analysis highlights that the largest charitable institutions have incredibly limited ethno-cultural representation at the highest levels of management, with 92% of the senior leadership teams being white. 8.1% of senior positions in Major UK Charities are held by ethnic minority leaders, which drops to 6.2 in the Top 3 positions of Chair, CEO and CFO.
Green Park’s ‘Third Sector Leadership 2,000’ report includes a Diversity Index ranking the largest 100 UK charities on the successful diversification of their leadership teams.
Top UK Charities Diversity Index Top 25
This article was published in Personnel Today on the 6th of June, 2018. To read the full article, click here.