Research Publications

You can download the all ROTA's research publications below free of charge. 

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Race on the Agenda (November 2008) Effective Commissioning to reduce re-offending

ROTA CLINKS effective coverCLiNKS, an organisation which works to strengthen and develop the partnerships between voluntary and community-based organisations and the Prison and Probation Services, commissioned Race on the Agenda (ROTA) and Independent Academic Research Studies (IARS) to carry out the an evidence based report on what effective commissioning mean to reduce re-offending among BAME communities including

Race on the Agenda (July 2008) Barriers to Employment Skills and Training among Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Londoners. London: ROTA\LGBT Consortium\Urban Inclusion

Barriers to Employment Skills and Training among Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Londoners coverThe purpose of the research was to establish a preliminary baseline dataset of the lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) community, supported by primary and secondary research and qualitative narrative on the barriers to employment, skills and training for Londoners with an alternative sexual identity.

Race on the Agenda (April 2008) Addressing hate crime through Restorative Justice and cross sector partnerships: A London study

RRP report coverThe Restoring Relationships Project (RRP) is a London-wide initiative, which aims to help reduce hate crime and its impact. The project started in June 2006 and is run by Race on the Agenda (ROTA), a social policy think-tank that has been active since 1986.

Race on the Agenda (November 2007) The Visible and Hidden Dimensions of London’s Homelessness: A Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Account

Homelessness report coverThe final report of a research project looking at experiences of service provision for BAME homeless individuals and the relationship between BAME and mainstream homelessness organisations.

Download the executive summary here.

MiNet (October 2007) Mapping Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) Engagement in Every Child Matters (ECM) Developments in London

Mapping Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) Engagement in Every Child Matters (ECM) Developments in London coverThis review aims to build on work already completed and provide more specific feedback about the capacity building needs of the sector to engage with the planning and commissioning of children and young people's services for Children's Trusts.

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