This Carnegie Rural Action Research Programme Theme aimed to ‘ encourage new and effective ways of promoting inclusive rural communities, addressing discrimination and developing ‘best practice’ which can be shared across nations.’
Several linked issues were addressed by this programme, the existence of excluded communities and groups, notably the position of migrants, asylum seekers and refugees and of members of black and minority ethnic communities including travellers. Six organisations were awarded contracts to carry out this action research. Lead consultant, Philomena De Lima wrote a short briefing summarising this work. The partners' full reports can be ordered from Carnegie UK Trust.
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