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Great Black Briton: A Celebration of Black History in the UK
In response to the Black Lives Matter Movement, our young people co-designed this digital anti-racist educational resource to introduce young people to iconic Black Britons. The debates sparked by the Black Lives Matter Movement in regards to the British curriculum inspired our young people to create this resource for young people returning to education post-lockdown.
The Lead and Be Led Digital Toolkit was designed in partnership with our young people at ATM. The toolkit is an accompanying resource used in our bespoke leadership programme for people aged 16-24. Included are the reflective and active skills required to develop personal and professional leadership skills required in our communities and society.
This report contains the findings of a survey we administered with British-Somali respondents on their experiences with police during and prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. This report was submitted to the Home Affairs Select Committee on the Macpherson Inquiry 21 Years On on the 29th June 2020.
COVID-19: IMPACT ON REMITTANCES FROM UK TO SOMALIA
This new report has shown Somalia is facing a multitude of challenges as Covid-19 spreads in Africa and continues to ravage the UK, causing rising unemployment in the Somali community and a collapse in the money they are sending back home.
COVID-19 – Impact on the Somali Community (ATM 2020)
This policy briefing is written by the Anti-Tribalism Movement endorsed by 27 Somali charities across the UK. The policy briefing sets out the main challenges the community is facing in relation to housing, health, income, education and technology, culture, and community infrastructure.
Is racism the new ‘normal’? Somali experience of hate crime in the UK.
Somalis in the UK are frequent targets of hate crime, suffering incidents from verbal abuse to arson and assault. Most hate crime goes unreported. Most Somalis are resigned to racism as a normal part of being a minority in the UK.