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Hardly Hard to Reach: towards refugee-led mental health provision

Race on the Agenda (ROTA) and partners on the Active Lives, Healthy Minds project : the Account Trust (Nepali), Qoys Daryeel (Family Care, Somali), Network of Eritrean Women-UK and the Tamil Community Centre would like to invite you for our end of project conference.

27 June 2019, 09:45 – 17:00 Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA

We will bring together, refugee and migrant-led community organisations, community members, the voluntary sector and statutory bodies to share our learning...Read more

#HardlyHardToReach peer learning programme

HEAR Equality and Human Rights Network and Race on the Agenda (ROTA) would like to invite you for an exciting three-day peer learning programme on campaigning and lobbying for mental health equality. You will hear from leading thinkers in equality and human rights that will provide an engaging environment for sharing experiences, practices, and knowledge.

Day 1 - Thursday 2nd of May 2019 - Venue: Tamil Community Centre, 359 Hanworth Road, TW3 3SQ Day 2 - Wednesday 22nd of May 2019 - Venue: Centre for Armenian Information & Advice, Hayashen, 105a...Read more

March 2019 ROTA Policy E-Newsletter

Read the latest March edition of our Policy E-Newsletter now available HERE . This is our quarterly newsletter full of information about our work, our partners/supporters and what is happening around the sector in relation to race equality.

If you have something you would like to include and publicise in our next issue, scheduled for June 2019, please contact the Office Manager, Saifur Valli at saifur...Read more

Race equality coalition calls on the government to share plans for responding to racism post-Brexit

CORE a coalition of race equality organisations from across the UK met on 18 February to reflect on the state of racism in Britain today, and how we as a society are responding to it.

With 29th of March deadline fast approaching, CORE is calling on the government to share its plan for responding to racism post-Brexit. Although we recognise that there were varied reasons why people voted to leave, and there is a need to bridge the division over the European referendum, we cannot ignore the murder of the MP Jo Cox during the campaign, the rise in hate crime that followed the...Read more

December 2018 ROTA Policy E-Newsletter

Read the latest December edition of our Policy E-Newsletter now available HERE . This is our quarterly newsletter full of information about our work, our partners/supporters and what is happening around the sector in relation to race equality.

If you have something you would like to include and publicise in our next issue, scheduled for March 2019, please contact the Office Manager, Saifur Valli at ...Read more

ROTA AGM 2017/18 and "Brexit for BAME Britain?" conference

Following our Annual General 2017/18 on 22nd November, ROTA held a special conference on "Brexit for BAME Britain?" The event saw the launch of our research briefing on the potential impacts of Brexit on Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. The event was streamed live on twitter and our youtube channel.

The conference was chaired by Debbie Weekes-Bernard, Deputy Mayor for Integration, Greater London Authority (GLA).

Watch the full conference here:

See the running order and speaker bios...Read more

Communicating about race equality

Race on The Agenda, Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG) and The Runnymede Trust are working together to understand the communications capacity and needs of the race equality sector in London and to – hopefully – create more opportunities to collaborate on messaging on race equality.

We’re keen to hear not only from BAMER groups, but also those working on anti-racism agenda and race equality. We’ve created this short survey to gain a sense of capacity and we’d be really grateful if you could take 10 minutes to complete it. Feel free to circulate to any groups you work with...Read more

September 2018 ROTA Policy E-Newsletter

Read the latest September edition of our Policy E-Newsletter now available HERE . This is our quarterly newsletter full of information about our work and what is happening around the sector in relation to race equality.

If you have something you would like to include and publicise in our next issue, scheduled for December 2018, please contact the Office Manager, Saifur Valli at saifur@rota.org.uk...Read more

Experiences of Ethnic Minorities in Cancer Care: Opportunity to share your voice

Patient surveys in England have shown that cancer patients from ethnic minority backgrounds tend to have different experiences to White British patients when receiving cancer care support. For example, some ethnic minority groups are less likely to report being treated with respect and dignity in hospital or receiving support from GPs and nurses.

brap, an equality charity based in Birmingham ( www.brap.org.uk ) is undertaking a project on behalf of NHS England to better understand the experience of cancer patients from ethnic minority...Read more

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