Keiran Manners Delivers a Half Day Diversity and Inclusion Training Package at HMP The Mount

On November 4th and November 9th 2021 the Community Diversity and Inclusion lead (Keiran Manners) delivered a comprehensive half day training package to Custodial Managers and a prisoner group at HMP The Mount. Keiran Manners has worked for ISCRE for 11 years as a registered social worker, independent consultant and Community Centred Desistance Practitioner delivering […]

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Work underway to investigate vaccine hesitancy in minority groups

The University of Aberdeen is among 13 universities, community organisations and small and medium size enterprises in a collective effort to improve vaccine uptake among minority groups. Uptake of the Covid-19 vaccine varies widely across communities and researchers are hoping to identify the reasons behind these variations to ultimately increase vaccine uptake. A collaboration of […]

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Multi-Ethnic LGBTQI+ webinar aims to “share experiences and build better support” 

The county’s leading civil rights body and the Ipswich & East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (IESCCG) have announced that it is hosting Suffolk’s first local webinar aimed at bringing together multi-ethnic lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and other (LGBTQI+) community members to discuss issues and help shape how the organisation can better support them.  […]

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#whatarewemissing Webinar: BAME Domestic Abuse

ISCRE (Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality) and the Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG have delivered a webinar on domestic abuse within the BAME community. Why focus on the BAME community? Inequality for minority groups is widespread and extends to the criminal justice system, healthcare, housing and schooling. The Office for National Statistics (2019) […]

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