WY&H HCP Anti-Racism Movement free communication toolkit
West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership (WY&H HCP) supports 2.7million people, including over 300,000 unpaid carers, living in urban and rural areas. 570,000 are children and young people. 20% of people are from minority ethnic communities.
The Partnership review in 2020 identified the need for an anti-racism movement aimed at WY&H HCP colleagues, organisations and all communities.
With the support of the West Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit, their objective is to unite WY&H HCP colleagues and communities in rooting out racism. This will help to tackle health inequalities for minority ethnic groups of people by kickstarting a co-produced movement which will be launched at the end of August 2021. The aim is to shine a light on racism issues and prompt individuals and organisations alike to act.
You can get involved by registering your support for this important movement by completing this registration form by Thursday 1 July, so you too are ready to root out racism. By doing so you will be sent a free communication toolkit.