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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

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.

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Don’t lose your vote in the European Parliamentary elections

The 2014 European Parliamentary elections will take place on 22 May 2014.

Don't miss out - ensure you're registered to vote by completing the voter registration form on aboutmyvote.co.uk.

Local Council Elections 2014

The 2014 local council elections will take place on 22 May 2014

Research Volunteers required at UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences

Project title:  The effects of ageing on the immune system

UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences are investigating the effects of age on the human immune system. The immune system, which protects us against infection, declines with age causing illness to become more frequent. UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences are aiming to establish what makes our immune system weaken as we age.

Growing inequality is no accident

Read the latest blog 'Growing inequality is no accident' by Andy Gregg, ROTA Chief Executive.

Voice4Change England (V4CE)  have recently demanded  that Chancellor George Osborne should set up an inquiry into alarming new Labour Force Survey figures showing that Black British citizens are losing out in the economic “recovery”.  Rates for White people in  employment rose by over 360,000 (a 1.9 per cent increase) but the numbers of Black African and Caribbean people in work fell by 22,000 in the same period (a 3 per cent drop).  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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