Study shows senior leadership of organisations such as Oxfam and Save the Children is significantly less diverse than FTSE 100 firms

The largest charities in England and Wales have less diverse boards than FTSE 100 firms, research has found.

An analysis of board members across the biggest charities in terms of income in the two countries, including Oxfam and Save the Children, showed that only 6.3% were from black, Asian or minority ethnic backgrounds, compared with 8.2% among FTSE 100 companies. Women of colour were the least likely group to be on a board or a senior leadership team.

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