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BAC-IN, for many years has been proactive in helping to amplify voices of culturally diverse communities to address inequalities, raise awareness of cultural issues and culturally responsive solutions for under-represented/seldom engaged BAME communities. 

We have participated, over the years, in local and national research, public consultations and health needs analyses to ensure that ‘service user voice’ impact policy, decision-making and commissioning structures to influence social and system change.

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Recent events include:

  • Presentation of Project Ahryzen with Nadia on Friday 14th June 2019 - Alcohol Services: Responding to Diversity Conference, Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Middlesex University

  • Research with Middlesex University, commissioned by Alcohol Change UK to conduct a review of alcohol services, drinking problems & interventions for BAME communities 2019

  • Consultation Response to Nottingham City’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy: draft refresh 2019-2023 - Have your say


  • Research with the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) addiction treatment from a multi-ethnic perspective 2019

  • Presentation with Leslie McDonald and David Robinson - BME communities, mental health & multiple disadvantage - for Nottingham City Mental Health Steering Group 2019

  • Successful delivery of BAC-IN Project Ahryzen Conference/Learning Event at Trent Vineyard Nottingham in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University and Lankelly Chase Foundation 2018

  • Research with Cardiff University –‘Faith in recovery’ 2018

  • Received Michael Varnam Award from Nottingham City 2017

  • Secured funding from Lankelly Chase Foundation to research Project Ahryzen action research project in collaboration with Sheffield Hallam University 2017