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The Police: What can we learn from their debate about institutional racism?

The Police: What can we learn from their debate about institutional racism?

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Article by Dr Jolyon Miles-Wilson Quantitative Research Fellow31st January 2022In December 2021, members of senior police started discussions on whether the police...
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Growing Great Ideas Programme: Our Thoughts

Growing Great Ideas Programme: Our Thoughts

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Black Thrive Global (BTG) is on a mission to positively transform the Black experience. Black Thrive has been working with...
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Ethnic Inequalities in Mortality and Service Use During the COVID Pandemic

Ethnic Inequalities in Mortality and Service Use During the COVID Pandemic

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Are you a carer for a Black person living with a serious mental health condition and one or more long-term...
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No place for ABD

No place for ABD

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ABD: Why Black people will continue to be harmed by the criminal justice and healthcare system. (Press Release 24 June...
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The Me You Can’t See: Live Q&A

The Me You Can’t See: Live Q&A

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Black Thrive Global’s virtual screening event of episode 1 on the 3rd June 2021 was a resounding success, the live...
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‘The Me You Can’t See’ Episode 6 and Virtual Screening on 3rd June 2021

‘The Me You Can’t See’ Episode 6 and Virtual Screening on 3rd June 2021

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Black Thrive Global is hosting a virtual screening event of episode 1 with snippets from episode 6 (The Me You...
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Jacqui Dyer talks Mental Health on ‘The Me You Can’t See’ series

Jacqui Dyer talks Mental Health on ‘The Me You Can’t See’ series

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Dr. Jacqui Dyer MBE talks About Her Role in The Me You Can’t See AppleTV Series with Oprah Winfrey and...
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The Me You Can’t See

The Me You Can’t See

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“Now more than ever, there is an immediate need to replace the shame surrounding mental health with wisdom, compassion and...
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Black people must thrive in our lifetimes

Black people must thrive in our lifetimes

We cannot be distracted by the contortions of the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report Many have already commented...
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This is my story by Celestin Okoroji

This is my story by Celestin Okoroji

Celestin Okoroji is a social psychologist and academic whose work focuses on how stigmatisation impedes relations between individuals and groups....
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Hashi Mohamed: Against the odds

Hashi Mohamed: Against the odds

Hashi Mohamed, is a renowned barrister of Somali heritage and also one of the most sought-after litigators in the UK....
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