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Understanding the lived experience of ethnic minority students in postgraduate research

Published: 2022

This report presents the findings from the first qualitative research on the experiences of ethnic minority postgraduate research students accessing and studying at GuildHE member institutions. It captures, through interviews, students’ perceptions and experiences of studying a postgraduate research degree at smaller and specialist higher edu…

Minoritised Ethnic Community and Social Enterprises

Published: 2021

Access – The Foundation for Social Investment (Access), The Social Investment Business (SIB) and Power to Change (collectively – the partners) wished to collectively improve their understanding of how well they currently serve the needs of minoritised ethnic communities, specifically relating to the provision of enterprise develop…

Cultivating diversity: A toolkit to establish BME-led community business

Published: 2018

# Preview | Download G-2018-07-Cultivating diversity.pdf1MB Citation Scales, Jeff (2018) Cultivating diversity: A toolkit to establish BME-led community business. Practice Guide. The Ubele Initiative. Authors Jeff Scales Details Report type: Practice Guide Publisher: The Ubele Initiative Location: England

We want to change and they have the power: Findings of Bristol BAME sector review

Published: 2018

The legacy of austerity and enduring underinvestment – which stems form lack of equity in funding and procurement – have left Bristol’s BAME-led sector wounded. Survival has become the key measure of success, and most organisations rely on tight budgets and depend on voluntary work in order to survive. This report presents findings o…

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