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What your colleagues have learned about involving people from ethnic minority communities – some helpful tips (18 Feb 08)

We recently ran our course How to research the views of black and minority ethnic communities in London and Manchester.

You won’t be surprised that as usual delegates learnt a lot from each other, so I thought I would share some of their ideas with you.

They came up with eight new ways to reach community members and encourage them to take part in consultations or research projects:

There were six imaginative and involving ideas:

The last idea is very good because it gives people something worthwhile rather than just asking them to do something

There were seven ideas for how consultations could be managed better

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