brap uses and has produced a wide range of resources for various purposes, such as training, development, research, and civil society capacity building. If you would like hard copies of any of these resources, please feel free to contact us. If you're looking for more hands-on help, have a browse of the services we offer.
You can search for resources by category using the menu on the left. Alternatively, here are some of our most recent publications.
Who moved my samosa? 'Who moved my samosa?' is a short and punchy introduction to resolving competing equality claims. Containing real-life examples, the guide sets out what a range of organisations have done to resolve conflict in the workplace and community. 'Who moved my samosa?' doesn't pretend to have all the answers, but it's a great place to start if you find yourself in the middle of a tricky conflict.
'Who moved my samosa?' is based on a research report brap undertook for the Equality and Diversity Forum. Commissioned to stimulate debate about how to address situations where individual rights conflict, the report takes a practical approach, incorporating case studies of some recent ‘conflicts’ and identifying the lessons that can be drawn from them. It's useful to anyone interested in dealing with workplace conflicts, promoting community cohesion, or deciding how to make and explain spending cuts in an increasingly lean financial environment. Download WhoMovedMySamosa? (333.66kB)
Why bother with human rights? 'Why Bother with Human Rights' is an accessible and easy to read guide for civil society organisations looking to embed human rights principles into service delivery.
The guide will:
help you understand the importance of using human rights to achieve your organisation’s aims
discuss the role your organisation has in promoting equality in society
identify effective ways you can improve the service you offer to a wide range of people
help future proof your organisation against changes to equalities legislation
show you how to improve your reputation with funders