Analysis: How the Co-op is becoming anti-racist

Co-op racial equality manifesto

Convenience store giant the Co-op last month unveiled a new racial equality and inclusion manifesto and a slew of commitments. Retail Week finds out why at the Co-op it is no longer enough to just not be racist

As the second-highest ranked retailer in the Social Mobility Foundation’s list of top employers for social mobility last year, the Co-op has a long history of promoting diversity within its organisation and in the communities it works with. 

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