Nero Ughwujabo was Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Social Justice, Young People and Opportunity; the first person of African descent to occupy this position in the United Kingdom. Prior to joining the government, Nero was the Chief Executive of Croydon BME Forum, a not for Profit organisation, building capacity, engaging people and working for equality and community cohesion.
Nero played a lead on the Race Disparity Audit, an unprecedented audit of the public services to shine a light on ethnicity and how it affects people’s life chances. The audit was the first of its kind anywhere in the world, an unprecedented release of government data to describe – in one easily accessible place – the experiences and outcomes of people of all ethnicities across public services.
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