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BAME Face Barriers When Accessing Statutory Support (1999)

Despite increased awareness of the needs, circumstances and experiences of families with a disabled child, Minority Ethnic groups still face barriers when accessing statutory support.

Effective Engagement in Children's Services (2007)

A study looking at ways to effectively engage with Black and Minority Ethnic parents in children's and parental services. A literature review and qualititative field study.

Did They Get It Right? (2010)

A Re-examination of School Exclusions and Race Equality. Produced by the Runnymede Trust, the article presents data and raises questions about the disproportionality of Black students excluded in UK schools.

Ethnic Disproportionality in SEN (2018)

There has been concern over the process of SEN referral and the differential representation of ethnic minority groups with SEN. This study looks at the extent, causes and consequences.

Ethnic Disproportionality in SEN (2018)

There has been concern over the process of SEN referral and the differential representation of ethnic minority groups with SEN. This study looks at the extent, causes and consequences.

BAME Young Carers Struggle to Get Right Support (2019)

Barnardos reveals that young Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic children who care for ill or disabled relatives are more likely than other young carers to be isolated from support.

Riddled with Inequalities (2020)

The report says many of the 1.3 million pupils in England with SEND are not getting the support they need and end up being excluded from school, damaging their education, wellbeing and future life chances.