Case Studies Update June 2013

                 

As part of the Modelling Fair and Equitable Collaborations project we are producing case studies that look at good practice in this area. In total five case studies will be published looking at infrastructure support, Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Gender, Disability and Children and Young People. 

The first two case studies completed have looked at Children and Young people and Refugees and Asylum Seekers. The first one is looking at services to Children and Young people in the context of safeguarding in Camden and how a partnership with Camden Voluntary Action, a mainstream infrastructure organisation, and a series of local BME and faith groups led to better services for BME Children and Young People in the borough. The second one looks at a partnership between Aik Saath, a mainstream youth organisation and Berkshire Education and Youth Centre  a young people’s refugee organisation which looked to bring together young South Asian and Somali young people in Slough.                                                                                                                                                                                              Please click links to read/download case studies.The remainder of the case studies will go up shortly as they are completed