We work to improve to improve the lives of Black, Asian and minority ethnic people in Surrey by tackling race inequality in our public services and communities.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has highlighted five key areas where the need for improvement is essential. These are:
Living standards and
Health and care
We carry out local research to find out more about the challenges, needs and aspirations of our communities in Surrey and work with partners such as the NHS, Surrey Police, local authorities, businesses and other charities, to improve services and provide opportunities to create a fair and just society.
young people empowered to take action against hate crime
people attended awareness raising and training sessions
member groups supported
Alekka joined our Redhill Women’s Group in November 2020. The Women’s Groups is part of our Many Hands project which helps women to integrate by building stronger social bonds, gaining new skills for work through volunteering and improving their language and...
Kamilla’s husband is a drug addict. He is verbally and physical violent towards Kamilla – often forcing her to give him money so he can feed his addiction. Much of this violence is witnessed by their young children. Our Trust Project supports women and families from...
Our Muslim Women and Girls’ Groups in Surrey Heath provide regular weekly drop in sessions that bring together South Asian women and girls of all nationalities, creeds and cultures, to socialise, learn new skills and improve their wellbeing through activities and...