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The Race Equality Foundation has a number of publications available for free download.

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  • The Immigration Act 2016 and the English language requirements for public sector workers [Paper Three]

    Dr Leander Neckles, Immigration Act, Race Equality Foundation, June 2016
    During 2015 and 2016, we reported on the new Immigration Bill 2015/16 first published on 17/9/15. We also reported on the separate, but associated,...

  • The Immigration Act 2016 and new and previous provisions on illegal working [Paper Four]

    Dr Leander Neckles, Immigration Act, Race Equality Foundation, June 2016
    During 2015 and 2016, we reported on the new Immigration Bill 2015/16 first published on 17/9/15. We also reported on the separate, but associated,...

  • Overviewing the Immigration Act 2016: Paper One

    Dr Leander Neckles, Immigration Act, Race Equality Foundation, May 2016
    This paper overviews and identifies key changes introduced by the Immigration Act 2016.Our paper draws on the Government’s own analysis, provides an...

  • Dementia, equity and rights

    Emma Bingham, Rebecca Stanley,Tessa Gutteridge, Gill Boston, Kat Clayton, Marion Scott, Imogen Blood,Tina Wathern, Race Equality Foundation, Age UK, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Mental health Providers Forum, National Care Forum and Voluntary Organisations Disability Group, The National LGB&T Partnership, Women's Health and Equality Consortium, Young Dementia UK, Dementia, Equity and Rights, Race Equality Foundation, May 2016
    As dementia is a term used for a range of different conditions that physically affect the brain and often referred to as an organic brain disease, it...

  • Response to the Department of Health’s Consultation ‘Making a fair contribution’

    Race Equality Foundation, Race Equality Foundation, Race Equality Foundation, April 2016
    The Foundation has been liaising with the Department of Health’s Recovery Team since late 2013. We, and partners, have raised fundamental concerns...

  • Higher costs faced by low income consumers in the marketplace

    Graham Whitham, Engage London, Race Equality Foundation, February 2016
    It has long been argued that low income consumers can face considerably higher costs for everyday goods and services. This ‘poverty premium’ can...

  • Gender and ethnicity in volunteering

    Bignall, Tracey, Engage London, Race Equality Foundation, January 2016
    The voluntary and community sector survive primarily through the hard work and commitment of volunteers.  This paper will look at the extent of...

  • Equality Delivery System for the NHS (EDS2): Guide to Engagement with the Local Voluntary Sector

    Samir Jeraj, Saliha Majeed, Race Equality Foundation, Race Equality Foundation, January 2016
    Race Equality Foundation, in partnership with the LGBT Foundation, Disability Rights UK, and Mens Health Forum were commissioned by NHS England to...

  • 'Race', racism and participation in sport

    Hylton, Kevin, Long, Jonathan, Parnell, Daniel, Rankin, A.J., Better Health Briefing Paper 40, Race Equality Foundation, November 2015
    This briefing outlines three propositions in what is an increasingly complex field of theory, policy and practice:‘Race' and ethnicity influence the...

  • Fuel poverty

    Bignall, Tracey, Engage London, Race Equality Foundation, September 2015
    Cold homes and the ability to keep warm is a growing concern.  The Government’s ambition is to ‘make homes warmer for less, while protecting the...