Past projects

The Race Equality Foundation examines the experiences of black and minority ethnic communities, and develops interventions to help reduce discrimination and disadvantage. These pages provide examples of our previous projects and research, demonstrating how we have worked with and for these communities to improve public services. Please use the links below to find out more about our previous...
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Work LP SFSC

Contact Leandra Box Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities (SFSC) is an inclusive evidence-based parenting programme, designed to promote protective factors which are associated with good parenting and better outcomes for children. SFSC has enjoyed success with parents from a number of backgrounds, including black and minority ethnic parents, teenaged parents, parents with learning disabilities and parents from...
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Work LP DH SPP

Contact Samir Jeraj The Race Equality Foundation is one of 21 organisations selected to partake in the Department of Health Strategic Partner Programme (external website). How will the programme aims be fulfilled? The Race Equality Foundation fulfils its role as a DH Strategic Partner in a number of ways. Our projects

Dementia, equity and rights event

Dementia is a term used for a range of different conditions that physically affect the brain. Even though anyone can develop dementia, it has not historically been associated with issues relating to equity and rights. Dementia, Equity and Rights is a report produced by members of the Department of Health Strategic Partner Programme.  It considers how the prevalence and...
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UK charities to tell United Nations that Britain is failing to tackle racial inequalities

Press Release by the Runnymede Trust Today (Tuesday 2nd) a group of organisations, co-ordinated by the Runnymede Trust, travel to the UN in Geneva to address the UK government’s response to racial inequalities and discrimination. They argue that the UK government’s current colour-blind approach has no evidence of reducing racial inequalities and that the government...
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Action Against Hate, the UK Government’s new plan for tackling hate crime, not an effective strategy to reduce race hate crime

Press Release Members of the Coalition of Racial Equality Organisations (CORE) welcome the Home Office’s announcement that Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary will be asked to assess the way police respond to all forms of hate crime. However, members of CORE are concerned that the Government’s new four year hate crime action plan (Action Against...
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Community Language Information Standard

Contact Tracey Bignall Patient and carers who use a community language such as Punjabi, Yoruba or Farsi, may need to have good quality interpreting services to support them when using health care services. NHS England want to ensure all patients get the right care. Moreover, addressing communication barriers can help in proving choice for individuals...
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