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Final report from the Shaping the Future seminar series available now.

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Female Voice in Violence Project

The Female Voice in Violence project assesses the impact of serious youth violence, gangs and serious group offending on women and girls. Take the survey to help us measure awareness and changes to policy and practice as a result of the project and its research

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Tamil oral history project

Through the generations: Tamil oral history project is a one-year oral history project narrated and conducted by different generations of Tamils in London.

Race on the Agenda

ROTA is a social policy organisation focused on issues impacting on Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities.
As a BAME-led organisation, all ROTA’s work is based on the principle that those with direct experience of inequality should be central to solutions to address it.

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Consultation on specialist services policies - NHS England

NHS England (NHSE) recently launched a three-month public consultation on changes made to a number of its specialised services policies. These policies have already been subject to stakeholder engagement and comment, however, they are now consulting on the final documents. Consultation is open until 17th September 2014.

A letter home - Guest blog by Rob Berkeley

ROTA recently commissioned Rob Berkeley to write a position paper on the state of racial justice and equality in the UK. Rob has had a long track record in the race equality sector and until recently was the Chief Executive of the Runnymede Trust.  Continue >>>>

Researchers reveal that ethnic diversity is good for your health

Read the latest blog 'Researchers reveal that ethnic diversity is good for your health' by Andy Gregg, ROTA Chief Executive.

It has become a commonplace idea that the more ethnic diversity there is in a society the more conflict there is. Difference and diversity are seen as negative and dangerous rather than as positive and engaging. Actually this assumption is highly questionable, but of course the Sun, the Daily Mail and the  continue >>>

Lobby-a-Lord over Immigration Bill

Make your voice heard to stop Immigration Bill creating a "hostile environment" for immigrants and all people of colour.

Government response to the consultation ‘Judicial review: proposals for further reform’

On 5 February 2014, the Ministry of Justice published the Government response to the consultation ‘Judicial review: proposals for further reform’.

Final report from the Shaping the Future seminar series available now

Between November 2011 and October 2013 ROTA delivered the Shaping the Future seminar series, which considered some of the main challenges facing London’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) children and young people, following a difficult economic period and wide-spread policy reforms and public spending cuts. The 500 participants agreed some progress had been made in addressing racial inequality in our country since Stephen Lawrence was tragically murdered in 1993.

Findings and Recommendations from the Shaping the Future Seminar Series, November 2011 – February 2013

Between November 2011 and February 2013, ROTA delivered the Shaping the Future seminar series, which considered some of the main challenges facing London’s BAME children and young people and their families, following a difficult economic period and wide-spread policy reforms and public spending cuts.

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