Informative and engaging articles from across the Race Equality Foundation, as well as external contributions.

How we are working to reduce parental conflict

23 January 2023|

Enhancing relationships has always been a core component of Race Equality Foundation’s ‘Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities’ (SFSC) parenting programme. Whether parents and other main adult carers live together or apart, evidence shows [...]

Awaab Ishak: another avoidable tragedy

19 December 2022|

The shocking death of Awaab Ishak and the failure to take action by his social landlord, continues to raise significant concerns, with the Regulator for Social Housing, last week downgrading Rochdale Boroughwide [...]

COVID-19 Inquiry and Matt Hancock

9 December 2022|

Matt Hancock’s participation in I’m A Celebrity has generated endless publicity and commentary, a significant portion of it pointing to his supposed failings when he was Secretary of State for Health during [...]

None of the Clocks Work

9 August 2022|

None of the Clocks Work – How young people, theatre and Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities have come together to create change The Race Equality Foundation’s Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities (SFSC) team [...]

Black Covid and in lockdown: In our own words

21 June 2022|

Between December 2020-June 2021, West Bromwich African Caribbean resource centre conducted community-based research to enable black African diaspora experiences of the Covid lockdown to be heard without qualification. This was funded [...]

Reducing Parental Conflict

10 May 2022|

The Race Equality Foundation’s Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities (SFSC) team have been running a programme of work around family conflict and, in particular, conflict between those in parenting/caring roles. This has [...]

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