We come up with ideas to make society fairer and more equitable.
Since brap was formed 14 years ago, we’ve been at the forefront of formulating challenging but influential messages:
But we know that ‘talking the talk’ is not enough, so we have developed a portfolio of services and activities that aim to create a fairer society. They fall into four broad areas:
For society to be fairer, people have to be enthused and motivated to make the right equality choices in their day-to-day roles. We work with professionals to help them identify what equality means for them practically and – hopefully – make the right choices for everyone.
In a fair society, decisions, policies, and strategies will be based on sound evidence and an understanding of the issues that perpetuate disadvantage. We undertake research that helps people develop new thinking and new approaches to addressing unfairness and inequality.
Communities and enterprise
For society to be fairer, people have to be empowered to create change for themselves. We give individuals, charities, and social businesses the tools to deliver fairer services, get involved in decision making, and change their communities for the better.
In a fairer society, organisations would understand how to build the entitlements we all have as individuals into the way they design and deliver services. We help organisations improve performance and deliver better outcomes for everyone in light of these considerations.