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The Race Equality Foundation, FaithAction and the National Housing Federation will be holding a free learning event aimed at addressing health inequalities through better housing on Thursday 30 January in London.
Taking place on Tuesday 21 January from 12noon to 2pm, Phil Ware will present and discusses his Working Paper “Very small, very quiet, a whisper…” BME groups: voice and influence at the Third Sector Research Centre, University of Birmingham.
Taking place on Thursday 27 March at the Signing Tree Conference Centre, Birmingham B16 8SZ, this conference aims to teach new ways of engaging and retaining participants from BME communities in sport and physical activity.
Age UK and the Race Equality Foundation have published a learning report following their event on meeting the challenge of dementia in BME communities.
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