The Race Equality Foundation tackles racial inequality across public services by:
- Exploring what is known about discrimination and disadvantage
- Developing evidenced-based better practice to promote equality
- Disseminating better practice through educational activities, conferences, written material and websites
- Working with national and local partners from the community, voluntary, statutory and social enterprise sectors
Key areas of our work span health and social care, housing, communities, children and families and more. Find out more about each area of work.
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
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
NBTA brings together a range of organisations and individuals dedicated to improving the life chances for black and minority ethnic people who need organ, bone marrow, stem cell, and blood transplants.
CORE (formerly the Coalition of BME VCS organisations) brings together many of the UK’s leading black and minority ethnic voluntary and community organisations for the promotion of race equality.
The Race Equality Foundation is a member of the Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) Health and Wellbeing Alliance (HWA) alongside 19 other member organisations.