Pigmentation: Discrimination against Ethnic Minorities in Contemporary United Kingdom

London Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Sciences
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by Ifediora Okiche , NA
Classification: FOR Code: 160803
Keywords: discrimination, ethnic, minorities, united kingdom.
Language: English

This paper investigates the various forms of discrimination against ethnic minorities living in Great Britain. This paper examines the root courses of discrimination and demonstrates how it has tremendously affected minority ethnic groups living in the United Kingdom in this 21 st century. This study observes that scholars have not written extensively about the issue of discrimination among ethnic minorities in Britain. The study adopts John Rawls’ theory of justice as the theoretical framework in extricating the problems associated with various forms of discrimination inherent in Britain and how they can be addressed effectively. The study also proffers realistic solutions to the problems associated with the various forms of discrimination against ethnic minorities in the United Kingdom.



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