Past projects

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 work.

  • Improving clinical commissioning groups commissioning of communication services for hard to reach and most excluded groups [2014-15]
  • Supporting Care Quality Commission inspections [2014-15]
  • Supporting black and minority ethnic men who have sex with men (BME MSM) [2014-2015]
  • Promoting increased access to psychological therapies (IAPT) in local areas for underrepresented groups and the socially excluded [2014]
  • CANparent voucher scheme [2012-14]
  • NSPCC: Good practice in the effective assessment of the needs of minority ethnic children [2011-13]
  • Department for Education Overarching Strategic Partnership programme [2011-2013]
  • Communities against violence [2011-2012]
  • Goodbye to 2011 video project [2011]
  • NHS Future Forum [2010-1011]
  • Supporting third sector workforce development and engagement [2010-2011]
  • Innovations [2009–2012]
  • Partnerships for better health [2009–2011]
  • Developing SFSC for parents with learning disabilities – the easy words and pictures manual [2008-2009]
  • Strengthening faith communities and black and minority ethnic voluntary and community sector's capacity to deliver health and social care [2006]
  • Safeguarding black and minority ethnic children: Development of safe practice [2005–2008]
  • Supporting the development of effective support for black and minority ethnic parents [2005–2006]
  • The housing experiences of black and minority ethnic disabled and D/deaf people [2003-2005]
  • Promoting quality: Developing monitoring and evaluation in black and minority ethnic voluntary organisations [2003-2005]
  • The development of good practice in parenting and family support for black and minority ethnic families [2002-2005]
  • The recruitment and retention of black and minority ethnic workers within the field of social care [2002-2005]
  • Talking to black older people about research [2001-2004]
  • Quality of life and social support among people from different ethnic groups [2000-2002]
  • The black and minority ethnic family policy forum [2000-2002]
  • Black and minority ethnic disabled and D/deaf people's experience of peer support groups [1999-2000]
  • Exploring the development needs of senior black and minority ethnic workers in social services [1998-2000]
  • Black and minority ethnic disabled young black people's views of independence and independent living [1997-1998]