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Home Truths: Undoing racism and delivering real diversity in the charity sector

Dr Sanjiv Lingayah, Kristiana Wrixon and Maisie Hulbert

The partner organisations

Voice4Change England

Voice4Change England was set up in 2007 to support the Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnic (BAME) voluntary, community and social enterprise sector. Its aim is to build a strong and inclusive civil society that lifts the life outcomes for BAME and other populations subject to racism and other structural disadvantage. The organisation works in a number of ways, including developing BAME-led self-organised action and contributing to a constructive discourse about ‘race’ and racism.

ACEVO, the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations

ACEVO is a membership body of over 1,400 CEOs and senior leaders of civil society organisations working in England and Wales.

Together with its network ACEVO inspires and supports civil society leaders by providing connections, advocacy and skills. ACEVO believes that effective leaders are driven by imagining a better, brighter, more equal world. Through their vision these leaders inspire others – improving lives, our society and their own performance.

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