Ubele: The impact of Covid-19 on BAME led community and voluntary led organisations, a follow up 

The Ubele Initiative undertook a follow up ‘deep dive’ interview and survey process with 31 micro and small Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) led community and voluntary organisations in the UK. The aim was to ascertain what had changed since the survey in March and whether there were any new possibilities, challenges and opportunities that now need to be taken into account.

The report revealed that the BAME community and voluntary sector were embracing new digital opportunities and benefiting from ‘COVID-19 Emergency Funding’ and that there was a need for a national infrastructure supporting’ voice. Part of the fear of respondents was that they could “find themselves at the ‘back of the queue’ as they may not have the voice or influence to help shape discussion and action.”

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