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

Research publications

View and download all ROTA's research publications free of charge.

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

Become a member

ROTA membership is free. ROTA's members are important in all the work we produce. Without your input our publications, events and networks would lack accuracy and depth. Membership will help keep you up to date with the social policy issues affecting BAME communities.

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.

Latest news

ROTA (September 2014) Inclusive Schools: The 2nd Report of the Free Schools Monitoring Project

Inclusive Schools: The 2nd Report of the Free Schools Monitoring Project (2014) builds upon previous research carried out by ROTA (2012, 2013) which assessed the risks of emerging inequalities within the free schools programme and explored potential ways of addressing these.

Download the report here.

aMASE community survey

The aMASE community study is an online survey. It focuses on the barriers to accessing health care for migrant communities. The survey is open to all migrants, whether they are living with HIV or not. Information from this study will be used to help plan services and ensure that the best care is available for everyone in Europe, no matter where they come from.

ROTA is promoting this important survey of health care for migrant communities.  Please encourage your members to participate in the survey.

The community survey takes around 15 minutes to complete. To take part you just have to be aged 18 or over and living outside your country of birth. Taking part will make a difference to you, your family and your community. Take part in the community study.

Islington Black History Month Festival 2014

CELEBRATING SOCIAL JUSTICE
1st October – 18th  November

October is Black History Month in the UK; an opportunity to celebrate and raise awareness of black cultural heritage, history and experiences today.

Islington Black History Month Festival is renowned as London’s leading programme for Black History Month celebrations, and this year promises to be the biggest and best festival yet.

This year’s programme includes a film festival, exhibitions, talks and work with schools, with an inspiring theme of social justice; raising awareness of the fight for race equality in history and contemporary culture.

Black History Month is for everyone, and all events are free or low cost, so get involved and get inspired.

Download your festival programme here.

Community Treatment Orders - Guest Blog by Vidushi Marda, former ROTA volunteer

Vidushi Marda, formally a ROTA volunteer in June 2014 interviewed participants of ROTA’S Healthy, Mobilised and BAME Project.

Community Treatment Orders (CTOs) were introduced in England and Wales in 2008, following the Mental Health Act of 2007. They are a mechanism of offering people......continue >>>>

Is “White Privilege” a useful concept in the current UK context?

Read the latest blog 'Is “White Privilege” a useful concept in the current UK context?' by Andy Gregg, ROTA Chief Executive.

In the United States over the last 30years a useful concept has been developed which we could do with discussing much more on this side of the Atlantic.  This is the concept of ”white privilege”. As a white person I can take a .... continue >>>

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 >>>>

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