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Read our blog: Social integration report: more questions than answers by Kimberly McIntosh, ROTA Policy Officer.
"Last week, the APPG on Social Integration led by Chukka Umunna MP, released its interim report, centred on 6 principles. Some of the recommendations are welcome, but it left us with more....... continue >>>
In compiling the Bridging the Gap report in 2015, Voice4Change England extensively surveyed member organisations across the country to solicit their views.
In the summer of 2015 Voice4Change further sought advice to assist them in refining their ideas in developing a coordinating / brokering bid to bring funders and BAME VCS groups together. We are pleased to say this has happened. Read more.
Read our blog: The Importance of an Intersectional Approach in Social Research by Hanna Stephens, ROTA Volunteer.
"ROTA has for many years been concerned about how to improve the life chances of black and minority ethnic populations in the process of settlement and adaptation into British society and how that society also adapts to....... continue >>>
Barking and Dagenham Somali Women’s Association in partnership with Autism Independence and Acta Community Theatre will be showcasing an influential play called “Yusuf Can’t Talk” a one woman show created and starring Bristol based Autism Independence Founder Nura Aabe. See HERE for more info and tickets.
There is no shortage of programmes depicting the black experience. The BBC has its Black and British season, surveying our past and present from a variety of angles. Eagerly awaited is Steve McQueen’s planned epic chronicling the lives of an intergenerational black British family. But it isn’t always so. Read the full article here.
Read our blog: The Importance of an Intersectional Approach in Social Research by Hanna Stephens, ROTA Volunteer
“There is no thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives.” – Audre Lorde
In researching BAMER issues in the UK, it is important not to homogenise racial struggle and instead understand the diversity of identities that are present in different racial groups. For this, it is important that we view things from an intersectional perspective.
Intersectionality arose from black feminist scholarship, the term coined by....... continue >>>
This video has been realised within the frame of the project 'PRISM: Preventing, Redressing, and Inhibiting Hate Speach in New Media'