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Equal Treatment: Challenging racism and health inequalities

Equal Treatment has been a short term project aiming to challenge racism and health inequalities faced by people with learning disabilities from minority ethnic communities and their families. The work has been led by three partner organisations, Changing Our Lives, Contact and Include Me Too. They have been working with self-advocacy groups, family groups and community groups to support them to think about their role and action they can take in challenging racism.  Join this session to hear about what they have learnt during…

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#whatarewemissing: November 2021 event

Sharing an invite from Ipswich & Suffolk Council for Racial Equality (ISCRE): The event will provide an environment for our community to give honest feedback to the system on health services. Attendees will have the opportunity to share their experiences, their needs from a service and what they would like to see in the future. We will focus on three specific areas of interest and encourage open discussion and co-production conversations. The topics we will be covering are: Diabetes, Cancer and…


Strategic VASP meeting

Sharing details of an upcoming meeting: ‘Let’s Talk About Women’s Mental Health and Wellbeing in Suffolk’ What is the meeting about? Several speakers shall be contributing, sharing experience and helping us think about how this effects ourown and others mental health and wellbeing… including: • Perinatal Health Practitioners• This Girl Can Suffolk Ambassadors• The wonderful BME Suffolk Support Group• Journeying through Peri-Menopause, Menopause and Post Menopause• Conversation about wellbeing experiences of women with a physical disability• Dynamics of Domestic/Honour Abuse,…

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