brap produces a series of research publications, briefing papers, and resources, most of which are free to download.
If you would like a hard copy of any of the documents contained in this section please feel free to email us.
To get a bit more background on the thinking behind these reports and resources, you might want to have a browse of our Ideas sections, where a lot of context can be found.
Over the years brap has written a number of reports on subjects ranging from education to criminal justice to refugees.
Once we've produced research, brap works strategically to see that it has an impact on the way people do things. This is by far the most challenging aspect of our work. However, it's a crucial one. The sole purpose of research is change; it's not about filling bookshelves. If you're interested in finding out more about our the variety of our work in this area have a look at our research page.
brap uses and has produced a wide range of resources for various purposes, such as training, development, research, and civil society capacity building. For more information on the types of resources we have available please click on the link on the left. If you'd like hard copies of any of documents please feel free to contact us. If you're looking for more hands-on help, have a browse of the services we offer.
brap has a continuing series of brap briefings. The purpose of these briefings is to examine key issues in public policy from a clear and practical race equality perspective.
While some briefings will cover topics that have a very clear and evident relationship to race equality, others will take less obvious issues and examine them afresh, teasing out the race equality dimension.
Each briefing will identify the key issues involved, highlight current trends in thinking and recommend practical action and solutions.
brap regularly engages with government and public sector organisations to help design, amend, or develop policy on issues connected to fairness and equality. This section contains responses to key consultations or calls for evidence.