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multiple discrimination
race and ethnicity

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“In the Family 2 – Celebrating the Builders of Black Communities” – Big Up@ GMFA
"The Low Down. Black Lesbians, Gay Men and Bisexual People Talk About Their Experience and Needs" - GALOP 2001
"Performance guidelines on the duty to promote race equality in Scotland" - CRE 2002
"The Irish In Britain" - CRE 1997
"Stereotyping and Racism - Findings from two attitude surveys" - CRE 1998
"A Very Light Sleeper - The Persistance and Dangers of Antisemitism" - Runnymede Trust 1997
CARF - Campaign Against Racism and Fascism online magazine
Searchlight Magazine online
BLINK - Black Information Link

This section contains details of useful resources exploring race, ethnicity and racism. Some of the resources explore the issues facing Black and Minority Ethnic LGBT people.

“In the Family 2 – Celebrating the Builders of Black Communities” – Big Up@ GMFA

The aim of the report is to acknowledge and celebrate the positive contribution of Black lesbian and gay people to the culture and history of both Black people in the UK.

Available online

Click here to view the publication (pdf)

"The Low Down. Black Lesbians, Gay Men and Bisexual People Talk About Their Experience and Needs" - GALOP 2001

This report is part of GALOP's Black Services Development Project focusing on the Asian, African and Caribbean LGB communities' experiences of violence.

Available from:
GALOP
PO Box 32810
London N1 3ZD

"Performance guidelines on the duty to promote race equality in Scotland" - CRE 2002

The amended Race Relations Act gives public authorities a new statutory duty to promote race equality. The Commission for Racial Equality has produced a series of guides which aim to raise awareness of new statutory requirements.

Available online


Click here to view the guides

"The Irish In Britain" - CRE 1997

This report explores the situation of Irish people in the UK and includes recommendations for challenging anti-Irish racism.

Available online

Click here to view the report (pdf)

"Stereotyping and Racism - Findings from two attitude surveys" - CRE 1998

This report explores public perceptions and attitudes to race, ethnicity, racism and race relations.

Available online

Click here to view the report (pdf)

"A Very Light Sleeper - The Persistance and Dangers of Antisemitism" - Runnymede Trust 1997

This report documents the historical persistence of antisemitism in British society and culture. Its review of events and trends in Britain is located within the wider context of European history.

Executive summary available online

Click here to view the summary (pdf)

Full report can be ordered online through the Runnymede Trust website:

Click here to view publications list
Cost: £5

CARF - Campaign Against Racism and Fascism online magazine

CARF is Britain's only independent anti-racist magazine, documenting resistance against racism - from black and refugee organisations, monitoring groups, anti-deportation campaigns, football fans, and much more. The articles available on this website are just a small sample of what's in the CARF magazine, which is published bimonthly in the UK.

Web: www.carf.demon.co.uk

Searchlight Magazine online

Searchlight's aim is to combat racism, neo-nazism, fascism and all forms of prejudice. The magazine was first published in 1975 and has been tracking and covering the activities of the far right, racist and fascist movements across the UK and Europe.

Web: www.searchlightmagazine.com

BLINK - Black Information Link

BLINK is the interactive web site of The 1990 Trust and provides essential information on issues affecting the African, Asian and Caribbean communities in the United Kingdom and Europe. The 1990 Trust supports and promotes Racial Justice, Equity and Sustainable Development and aims to maximise the use of BLINK as an informative and consultative mechanism for links with Black communities.

Web: www.blink.org.uk

Beyond Barriers (UK) accept no responsibility for the content of external sites.

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