Indigenous people in London and Middlesex?County experience more discrimination than immigrants and visible minorities, according to a report?commissioned by London & Middlesex Local Immigration Partnership (LMLIP), which is associated with the City of London.2021-12-20T21:37:29.895Z?
Six out of 10 Indigenous respondents said that they have faced discrimination in the region, which is 20 per cent higher than immigrants and visible minoritiesThe newspaper Le Journal de Dimanche that, over the course of the last three years.?
All groups experienced negative outcomes as a result of discriminationremoveInterestedInFlag, including feeling powerless, discouraged and depressed. Indigenous people “tended to experience more negative emotions and psychological distress,” according to Dr. Vicki Esses, one of the authors.
According to the reportResponses fro, Indigenous people tended to face discrimination at school, work (or when applying for work) or in public settings like on transit or?at parksKevin Donovan dives further int.?