We work on mental and physical health, wellbeing, and social care by producing briefings (including our Better Health briefings), reports and projects.
Race equity collaboratives
The Race Equality Foundation is leading a set of collaborations to develop an evidence-led narrative and make practical recommendations.
Not by choice – the unequal impact of COVID-19
A project commissioned by UKRI to analyse the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on inequality in the UK, particularly for people from ethnic minority communities and migrants.
Recording of ethnicity project
A project commissioned by the Wellcome Trust to undertake engagement work with Black, Asian and minority ethnic people, as well as healthcare professionals, to gain a better insight into ethnicity data.
Young people: type 1 diabetes and epilepsy
We are working with partners to find out about the experiences of young people with type 1 diabetes, and children and young people with epilepsy on their access to health services.
Autism & race equality
The Race Equality Foundation has been commissioned by the London Borough of Camden to work with Black, Asian and minority ethnic autistic people and their families.
ADAPT: South Asian Dementia Pathway
This toolkit provides a set of online resources of culturally appropriate assessments and interventions which support people from South Asian communities with dementia.
Race Equality Foundation joins the Archbishops Commission on Reimagining Care to articulate the enduring values & principles underpinning care and caring.
Learning from deaths: Experiences of BAME people with learning disabilities
We are working with partners to achieve change in experiences and outcomes for BAME people with learning disabilities.
Race equality and the Health and Justice workforce
We were commissioned by NHS England to do a deep dive impact assessment for their Health & Justice Inclusive Workforce Programme.
The Better Health project seeks to develop a national evidence-based resource to help health practitioners improve service provisions.
Share the Pressure
Together we are working to address high blood pressure amongst African and Caribbean people using a shared decision-making tool.
A national resource of written and audio translated materials of the guidance on coronavirus and other information to support those with dementia, their families and carers.
Breast cancer project
This project is about improving access to Breast Cancer Screening programmes from groups that are struggling to access them at the moment.
Dementia and BAME communities
We were awarded a grant by the Department of Health and Social Care to work with others to support Black, Asian, and minority ethnic people living with dementia and their carers.
Blood pressure testing
Black Caribbean and African men are at high risk of developing high blood pressure. High blood pressure is known as the ‘silent killer’ because often there are no symptoms.