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Unite Summit 2021: Policy Brief

On Friday 3rd of September 2021, the Anti-Tribalism Movement hosted a one-day summit at Hilton London Kensington. The Summit brought together 40 participants across the UK ranging from key drivers of change in the fields of government, practitioners, academia, youth activists and community leaders. This Summit focused on four thematic areas: Mental Health, Employment, Housing and Education.

This policy brief is a summary of the discussions that were shared, and the policy recommendations which were agreed upon by the participants. This brief is a community resource to present to communities, institutions, and local and national government, with recommendations for each actor. 


Our latest Policy Briefing Paper on COVID-19, UNEMPLOYMENT AND THE SOMALI COMMUNITY has explored and assessed whether existing government support is reaching the Somali Community at a grassroots level. We also assessed any gaps and unmet support needs that have yet to receive, through government support and attention. We recommend urgent action is taken by UK government to support the community through this difficult time. This is essential to fulfil the governments promise to level up and build back better.

Covid-19 and Women: The UK’s Horn of Africa Communities

In the year since COVID-19 emerged, it has in some way impacted almost everyone across the world. However, it has become clear that those who started the pandemic with a disadvantage in terms of health, poverty, disability, ethnicity, or gender are suffering its impacts disproportionately. This policy briefing explores the impact of Covid policies on women from the UK’s Horn of Africa communities.

ATM Improving Mental Health Support for the UK Somali Community

Anti-Tribalism Movement’s latest Policy Briefing Paper on Improving Mental Health Support for the Somali Community in the Uk  has identified the main barriers/challenges faced by the community. It is intended for policy action from Policy Makers, Mental Health service delivery providers and wider stakeholders.

We have provided a reasonable set of recommendations that goes beyond a quick fix solution — but a call for a collective policy and service delivery attitude to change and actions on a grassroots level.



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.