The Experience of Claimants in Race Discrimination Employment Tribunal Cases
This qualitative study explored the perceptions and subjective experiences of claimants who were involved in Race Relations Act Employment Tribunal cases. It complements the quantitative Survey of Claimants in Race Discrimination Employment Tribunal Cases.
In-depth interviews with 40 race discrimination claimants were carried out between May 2005 and February 2006. The report draws out emergent themes about: the progress of cases; advice, guidance and representation; expectations and motivations; and issues of power.