Recent Events

Since completing our work in the Republic of Ireland (2010), we have maintain our commitment to the field and scaled back our activities, but remain focused on equality, justice and freeedom in church and society.

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Coordination of services model to  Travellers Halting Site, Cork

► We have been appointed to carry out facilitation and research which will form the basis of policy on coordination of services to a Traveller Halting Site in the City of Cork.

Recent equalities and diversity Research projects

►We provide services to government, non-governmental organisations, churches and church organisations. Some recent research projects include:

  • A Coordination of Services Model, Cork City Traveller Interagency Group
  • Needs Assessment of Traveller Men, West Cork Traveller Centre, Co. Cork
  • Review of African Caribbean Evangelical Alliance, London
  • Health Service Policy Development Initiative, Health Service Executive, Cork
  • Evaluation of the Scottish Churches Racial Justice Project, Edinburgh.
  • Evaluation of the Family Reunification and Integration Pilot Project, Refugee Information Service, Dublin.
  • Research and Facilitation on Coordination of Services at Knocknaheeny Halting Site, Cork City Council.
  • Evaluation of Edgehill Theological College Reconciliation Project.
  • Root and branch review of the Committee for Minority Ethnic Anglican Concerns, Church of England's racial equality agency.
  • Engagement of non-Christian faith groups in Northern Ireland for Department for Social Development NI.
  • Historical persepctives on Irish and Scottish involvement in Transatlantic enslavement, and combating modern forms of slavery, Belfast and Glasgow.
  • Refugee integration and asylum needs analysis for the Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities (NICEM).
  • Cultural diversity programme for Springfarm District & Community Association (Antrim).
  • Equalities & Diversity training for Southern Theological Education and Training Scheme.
  • The Relevance of Christianity for Black People in 21st Century, Sheffield Black Theology Forum.
  • Supervising research of the needs of Black and Minority Ethnic Community for the All Ireland Churches Consultative Meeting on Racism.
  • The Advent Prayer written on behalf of EAUK focusing on the bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act 1807.

Email Arlington at arlington@awtrotman.co.uk for details.