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

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  • Preparing minority ethnic children for starting primary school: Integrating health and education

    Chowbey, Punita, Garrick, Ros & Harrop, Deborah, Sheffield Hallam University, Better Health Briefing Paper 35, Race Equality Foundation, March 2015
    The Marmot Review (2010) recommends that investment should be made into interventions targeting the early years, as it is believed this is where...

  • Mental ill health and equality

    Bignall, Tracey, Race Equality Foundation, Engage London, March 2015
    Mental health is defined as ‘a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses...

  • Community engagement in health

    Bignall, Tracey, Race Equality Foundation, Engage London, March 2015
    It is now an expectation that statutory organisations engage with the public and stakeholders in strategic decision-making. In the new health service...

  • Sharing the experience of being black and minority ethnic and trans*

    Jeraj, Samir, Sharing the experience of being black and minority ethnic and trans*, Race Equality Foundation, December 2014
    The Race Equality Foundation became aware from members of the trans* community that they were experiencing under-representation and exclusion from...

  • Violence and violence prevention for children, young people and families

    Bignall, Tracey, Race Equality Foundation, Engage London, November 2014
    There is growing evidence of the impact of violence on children and young people, both as ‘victims/witnesses’ of violence and as ‘perpetrators’ of...

  • Helplines at the frontline of health and social care

    Howe, Sonia, Meakin,Becki & Islam-Barrett, Farah, Race Equality Foundation, Helplines Partnership and Shaping Our Lives, Helplines Partnership, November 2014
    Helplines are positioned at the frontline of health services and play a key role in securing the wellbeing of individuals. Not all helplines are...

  • Ethnicity, health and the private rented sector

    McFarlane, Megan, BSHF, Better Housing Briefing Paper 25, Race Equality Foundation, November 2014
    The link between poor housing and poor health is well documented and extremely complex, with numerous confounding factors having direct and...

  • Summary: The NHS Five Year Forward View

    Kaur Kalyan, Kirat & Clayton, Kat, Race Equality Foundation, October 2014
    The Five Year Forward View sets out a future vision for the NHS. The plan has been developed by NHS England, Public Health England, Monitor, Health...

  • Engage London: Progress to September 2014

    Engage London (Children England, Partnership for Young London and the Race Equality Foundation), October 2014
    The Race Equality Foundation, in collaboration with Partnership for Young London and Children England, are working with London Councils on the Engage...

  • Road danger and equalities

    Steinbach, Rebecca, Race Equality Foundation, Engage London, September 2014
    Road danger does not affect all children equally; some are more likely to be injured in a road traffic crash than others. Across the UK, boys are...