Racial Equality Group
The REG is a diverse cross-sector network of housing professionals who are committed to conversation and action about racial inequality within our sector and the communities it serves. While the focus of the Racial Equality Group is on racial equality and social housing overall, there is a particular focus on service delivery and the work housing associations do with communities.
About the network and chair
Partnership and Fundraising Manager at A2Dominion, Racial Equality Group Chair
I have worked for A2Dominion Housing Group for over nine years as a Partnership and Fundraising Manager within community investment. I have a strong belief in equalities and diversity, and as the lead chair for HACT and the Centre’s Race Equality Group I want to ensure our that our membership is strong and diverse, we promote opportunities where black and minority ethnic voices can be heard, and we have a focus on securing resources and additional funding to deliver our core objectives.
If you want to join Basecamp, the network’s online collaboration space, please email email@example.com
You can also join our ‘New Opportunities’ Basecamp team, where we will post about new funding, collaboration or job opportunities that will be relevant for all of our networks. Link to join here
Upcoming network dates
The Racial Equality Group organise public events for the social housing sector to come together on different aspects of racial equality, there are no regular meeting dates but all events held by REG are free to register for any social housing colleagues.
In conversation with Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol
Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, will join us to discuss racial inequality, what a housing system that delivers racial equality could look like, and what that mean in practice for housing associations who are looking to take action.
Watch & listen again to previous events from the Racial Equality Group
Stay connected between meetings
The Centre uses Basecamp, an online collaboration space, to help network members stay connected in between meetings. On basecamp you can:
- Ask questions and share resources with other members of the network
- Access notes from previous network meetings
- View dates for upcoming meetings
To join the Racial Equality Group Basecamp group please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
You can see a screenshot of Basecamp’s simple interface below.
You can also join our ‘New Opportunities’ Basecamp team, where we will post about new funding, collaboration or job opportunities which will be relevant for all of our networks. Link to join here