MENTER is a support network for the East of England for BME communities and organisations. Visit their site here: www.menter.org.uk
Voiceability run the Cambridgeshire Adult Parliament which aims to challenge professionals to make services better. Visit their website here: www.voiceability.org/inyourarea/cambridgeshire/adultparliament/
North Essex Partnership Trust has a green light group that aims to improve mental health services for people with learning disabilities. More information is available here: www.nepft.nhs.uk/for-families-and-friends/learning-disabilities/green-light-group/
ARC wrote a report on how learning disability services can support people from BME communities in Norfolk. You can view it here: www.arcuk.org.uk/bme/the-norfolk-ethnicity-project/
Norwich & Norfolk Racial Equality Council offers help and support to BME communities. Visit their website here: www.nnrec.org.uk/
Suffolk Family Carers have actively worked with carers from BME communities. See their diversity project. Visit their website here: www.suffolk-carers.org.uk/
CECF is an umbrella organisation for Cambridge and district that provides racial equality services to individuals and groups. CECF provides a cultural diversity service that helps promote an understanding between people from different ethnic groups and help them be a natural part of Cambridge life. One of their key projects is the Cambridge Racial Incident Support Project (CRISP).
For more information visit the CECF website: http://www.cecf.co.uk