It's interesting the recent anti-racism drive across many parts of the world. I wonder how recruitment agencies will show their even-playing field credentials. The problem I can see, is that for all an agency's noble ambitions to be race-neutral in its approach to international recruitment and the one they've had forever, is that they have to deal with the reality of chasing commissions recruiting staff for racist schools in racist societies. As shocking as it is to you and me, your average school in Kuwait, Saudi, China etc knows that the parents of their students do not want their kids taught by a Bangladeshi, black person or anyone else who isn't whiter than white, even if they are British born and bred. What's more, there is zero appetite or drive in these countries to change anything, an arrogant trait known to many who have done time teaching in the ME especially, but I didn't meet or see a single non-white / Asian teaching in the year I did in China either; there's no 'Black lives matters' guilty conscience in these places. What it will take is US and British Governments to seriously penalise agencies that operate in this way (and risk upsetting the Governments of ME countries), and it's going to take some long court cases to force the issue. How evidence will be gathered is anyone's guess. A start might be to force agencies to report publicly on the ethnicity of the recruits they've placed each year.