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

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  • The effects of policy on health

    Bruton, Lisa, Friends, Families and Travellers, Health, housing and the impact on health inequalities, Race Equality Foundation, February 2013
    This presentation looks at experiences of poor health and housing for Gypsy-Traveller communities.

  • Health and housing

    Robinson, Clifton, Housing Diversity Network, Health, housing and the impact on health inequalities, Race Equality Foundation, February 2013
    This presentation highlights the importance of health and housing practitioners working together to combat inequality.

  • Standing panel of voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations working with children, young people and families, Autumn 2012

    Bignall, Tracey, Department for Education Strategic Partners programme standing panel, Race Equality Foundation, January 2013
    This is the fourth survey of the Standing Panel set up to evaluate the impact of the Overarching Strategic Partnership Programme.The Standing Panel...

  • NBTA report on Black, Asian and minority ethnic stem cell donor registration and transplantation data

    NBTA, January 2013
    This paper pulls together data related to stem cell donor registration and transplantation within black and minority ethnic communities in the UK...

  • Goodbye to 2012: Ratna Dutt

    Ratna Dutt, Goodbye to 2012, Race Equality Foundation, January 2013
    ‘…In terms of adoption legislation it is encouraging to see that, regardless to the government’s position, voluntary organisations, practitioners,...

  • Goodbye to 2012: Maggie Jones

    Maggie Jones, Children England, Goodbye to 2012, Race Equality Foundation, January 2013
    “…We have to be hopeful. My hopes are that the government listens better. We must take the deficit issue seriously but there are more supportive ways...

  • Goodbye to 2012: Chris Whitwell

    Chris Whitwell, Friends, Families and Travellers, Goodbye to 2012, Race Equality Foundation, January 2013
    ‘…It is very encouraging to see black and minority ethnic organisations working very closely together and speaking with a unifying voice. The...

  • Goodbye to 2012: Young people from George Mitchell School

    George Mitchell School, Goodbye to 2012, Race Equality Foundation, December 2012
    "There's such a thing as religious education, why not cultural education"Goodbye to 2012 is a short video project produced by the Race Equality...

  • Tackling homelessness within the travelling communities

    Chris Whitwell, Friends, Families and Travellers, Better Housing 21, Race Equality Foundation, November 2012
    Friends, Families and Travellers is an organisation which seeks to end racism and discrimination against Gypsies and Travellers, whatever their...

  • Overcoming barriers to registering as an organ donor among minority ethnic groups

    Jessica Mai Sims; Charlotte Kenten; Sarah Deedat; Gurch Randhawa; Myfanwy Morgan, Race Equality Foundation, November 2012
    This paper explores the reasons for the lower rates of organ donor registration among black and minority ethnic groups by reviewing relevant UK...