Promoting race equality
We seek to explore discrimination and disadvantage, and use that knowledge to help overcome barriers and promote race equality in health, housing and social care. Learn more
Health & Care
Find out more about our work on health, well-being, and social care through our Better Health briefings and a range of other projects and reports
Children & Families
Find out more about our work on safeguarding, adoption, and family support through our projects, including the evidenced based SFSC programme
Find award winning work on housing, including our range of Better Housing briefings and a range of resources on ethnic disparities within the housing market
Explore resources and commentary on a range of issues including criminal justice, poverty and economic disadvantage, and the wider environment
Supporting our work
Help us highlight inequality and work to ensure all communities receive the support and services they need. Please help us to do this by making a donation.
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We are a registered charity (No.1051096, registered in England. Reg. No.3121679).
We are coming to the end of the projects funded under the DHSC Covid-19 dementia programme to deliver a range of support, information, activities and advice to black, Asian and minority ethnic people living with dementia, their families, and friends. Read the full newsletter here.
A statement from the Race Equality Foundation and Maternity Action on the publication State of Care report by the Care Quality Commission. The Race Equality Foundation and Maternity Action welcome the attention the CQC have drawn to the persistence of poorer experiences of Black and Asian women who are pregnant, with the significant greater risk […]
Musculoskeletal conditions and Black, Asian and minority ethnic people: addressing health inequalities
This project was commissioned and funded by Public Health England through the Department of Health and Social Care’s Health and Wellbeing Alliance and was in partnership with Faith Action. It included a literature review, focus groups, qualitative interviews and events to bring together the evidence and promote solutions to the inequalities we found. Musculoskeletal (MSK) […]
University College London (UCL), has received £1.4 million from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to better understand the impact of COVID-19 onRead more
Race Equality Foundation has been awarded a grant by the Department of Health and Social Care to lead a programme with Black South West Network, Caribbean African Health Network andRead more
Meeting rooms for hire
The Foundation’s training rooms are a modern suite of meeting rooms in a refurbished warehouse building. Located in a fully accessible building five minutes’ walk from Kentish Town underground/rail stations, our comfortable facilities offers the space and services you need to run a successful event.
We have two rooms that can be used for a variety of events – seminars, workshops, training and meetings. Both rooms have wide windows with natural light. The rooms are available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm.View details
- Option to hire full day or half day
- Fully wheelchair accessible rooms
- Friendly and flexible staff to support your event organisation
- Excellent modern equipment and facilities
- Catering available
Find out more about who we are, what we do and where, and why we do it
Meet the people who work at the Foundation and find out who our trustees are
We have been around for thirty years and have achieved much in that time, find out about our history and proudest moments here
Race Equality Foundation has been awarded a grant by the Department of Health and Social Care
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate and negative impact on people from black, Asian, and
Black Caribbean and African men are at high risk of developing high blood pressure. What is high
This project is about improving access to Breast Cancer Screening programmes from groups that are struggling to