Come & Join the Emotional Wellness Workshop!
It is being delivered as part of the Black and Minority Ethnic Emotional Wellness project. The project is being run by Dorset Mental Health Forum in partnership with Dorset Health Care (DHC).
Have your say!
Dorset Police would like to get the views of community members about the new consultation on the Visions and Values of Dorset Police
Consultation closes on 30 June 2013.
Who we are, What we do
Dorset Race Equality Council (Dorset REC) is a registered charity (No: 1104642) and a company limited by guarantee (No: 5018604). It is an independent and impartial membership body.
We inform and educate regarding race/ethnic relations.
Eliminate and counter misunderstanding and negative political propaganda.
Raise awareness of race/ethnic equality issues with both public sector organisations and private businesses.
Challenge prejudice and disadvantage and promote the importance of a diverse society.
Inform minority ethnic individuals of their rights.
Strengthen community relations in Dorset.
Work with partner organisations to influence policy and combat racial discrimination and racial violence.
Uphold both the letter and the spirit of UK and EU law.
Dorset REC is explicit about tackling racial discrimination and our support for race equality. We take a lead in the community in Dorset in the following areas:
Dealing with racial discrimination.
Supporting victims of racial discrimination.
Promoting good relations between persons of different racial groups.
Gathering and monitoring racial incidence data in partnership with other agencies.
Offer training to various organisation.
Perform research projects for outside agencies concerning race/ethnic issues.
Send us a message with any questions you may have