Working in partnership with Suffolk Mind, national Mind has developed resources to better engage with local Muslim groups and meet their emotional needs in a culturally appropriate way. Mind’s How Culture can Enhance Emotional Wellbeing initiative
In September 2013, the UK Women’s Budget Group, together with the Scottish Women’s Budget Group1, proposed PLAN F, a long term feminist economic plan to invest in creating a caring and sustainable economy – and to fund it by measures such as cancelling plans for a new Trident submarine, ending tax giveaways that benefit better-off men …
This site aims to provide comprehensive insights into the state of poverty and inequality in the capital. It is a work in progress and will be a growing repository of a wide range of maps, visualisations and analyses on London.
The All Different All Dorset video shows people from a variety of ethnic backgrounds talking about their experiences of living within Dorset.
Macmillan Values Based Standard is a standard for cancer care services, expressing human rights principles as specific behaviours. The Macmillan Values Based Standard identifies specific behaviours. Practical things staff and patients can do on a day to day basis, to ensure people’s rights are protected across the care pathway.
Citizens UK organises communities to act together for power, social justice and the common good. It is the home of community organising in the UK, with diverse civil society alliances in London, Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Birmingham, Wales and Leeds. Community organising is democracy in action: winning victories that change lives and transform communities.
Equally Ours is a campaign set up by eight national charities to talk about the importance of human rights and how they benefit us all in everyday life.
Women Adding Value to the Economy (WAVE) has been created to address workplace and labour market practices, specifically gender earning disparities in employment and self-employment. The aim of the WAVE programme is to contribute to tackling the causes of gender pay gaps in Wales. Our aim is to achieve this through both interrelated and targeted …
The Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity Dynamics of Diversity series analyses data from the 2011 census as it is publically released by the Office of National Statistics, National Records of Scotland and Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA). Outputs of the series include Local Dynamics of Diversity briefings for selected local authorities.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation Poverty and Ethnicity programme asks: How does ethnicity influence poverty? People from ethnic minority groups experience much higher levels of poverty than people from the majority white population. However, the link between poverty and ethnicity is complex, and the relationship is not yet well understood. This programme looks at the underlying reasons …