The Race Equality Foundation is a charity which works to promote race equality and helps to overcome barriers by exploring discrimination and disadvantage.
Its focus is:
• Social support: what families and friends do for each other
• Social care: what 'workers' do for people who need support
To find out more about what they do, visit www.raceequalityfoundation.org.uk or associated individual project sites. The project sites are designed to help frontline practitioners implement evidence-based practice in their workplace.
The Race Equality Foundation's rapidly expanding collection of free-to-view briefing papers, resources and web links will help staff embed the promotion of race equality in their everyday work, providing information and good practice examples to tackle discrimination and overcome inequality.
For people affected by long term neurological conditions, perhaps the most relevant project site is www.better-health.org.uk
The Better Health Briefing Papers have been published by the Race Equality Foundation since 2006. They have been written by experts to help policymakers, practitioners and their managers to consider the implications of the latest evidence on the health experiences of black and minority ethnic communities.
The papers identify better practice examples, and include detailed references and links that can be used to explore the evidence further The Better Health Briefing Papers can be viewed online or downloaded and printed for personal use. Multiple copies should not be produced without receiving written permission from the Foundation. Briefing papers cannot be reproduced for sale
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