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Most people readily agree that rape committed by a stranger is a terrifying and traumatising experience. There is sometimes less clarity and strength of feeling about what is the most common rape bay far, when the rapist is known to the person. The Men Against Rape campaign was started to tie in with International Women’s Day and focuses on men perpetrators against women though of course all rape needs to be tackled.
Author: Hári Sewell | Posted Monday May 9 2016 | 0 comments.
The concept of unconscious bias has been given a new found privilege in terms of the paradigms used for scrutinising unfairness and inequalities. This blog explores the implications of this new attention being given to unconscious bias.
Author: Hári Sewell | Posted Thursday November 13 2014 | 0 comments.
Applications for the Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards were lowest for the category for Evidence of Improvement in Black and Minority Mental Health. Considering that one category received 45 applications and the the next lowest category was 12, the figure of 6 for the BME category tells its own story.
Author: Hári Sewell | Posted Thursday July 3 2014 | 0 comments.
A blog by Hári Sewell on suicide data released by the the Office for National Statistics today which hows an increase in suicides by 437 in the last year. We need to reflect on what this means and take action. All of us.
Author: Hári Sewell | Posted Tuesday January 22 2013 | 0 comments.
An exploration of issues to be considered when raising issues of institutional racism, given that it is a term that invariably causes resistance to change rather than promoing progress.
Author: Hári Sewell | Posted Saturday November 10 2012 | 0 comments.
Race and racism make headline news again and social media sites and national print and broadcast media demonstrate that there are mixed views about the response to be made and the merits of focusing on difference.
Author: Hári Sewell | Posted Wednesday October 17 2012 | 0 comments.
The Government has published a consultation on cutting bureacracy in the NHS by reducing by 25% the number of data returns to be made. The attendant document, the Assessment of Impact on Equality suggests that there is no positive or detrimental impact on equality.
Author: Hári Sewell | Posted Friday September 2 2011 | 0 comments.