This is a selection of our main publications. Many are also available on the relevant webpages.
Forced marriage and honour-based violence
This report used Luton as a case study to investigate the effectiveness of the initiatives taken by the government to combat forced marriage in response to the recommendations of 'A choice by right' in 2000. This presented the findings of the working group chaired Lord Ahmed and Baroness Uddin. The Luton report was commissioned by the Home Office in partnership with the Metropolitan Police Service.
Report commissioned by Oxford City Council to assess the prevalence of forced marriage and honour based violence in Oxford, to review the effectiveness of current services and to make recommendations for future improvement.
In partnership with the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen), a study commissioned by the the Department for Children, Schools and Families to inform policy across government and feed into new guidelines.
Social and community
Research report commissioned by the Bengali Women's Project to promote the empowerment of Bangladeshi women, and to improve understanding of their aspirations among employers and statutory agencies.
Report commissioned by the Learning and Skills Council, Bedfordshire and Luton, to identify the potential of ethnic minority community groups to engage with its education and training agenda.
Article for the Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, Golden Jubilee Volume, reviewing the social and economic circumstances of Muslims in Britain, and their sense of identity/
Report commissioned by the Confidence, Communications and Stakeholder Group of Bedfordshire Criminal Justice Board to map black and minority ethnic communities in Bedfordshire and identify potential partners.
Article published in Faith and the Public Realm. It explores Muslim experience in the context of British secular culture, where public expressions of faith are often met with unease or hostility.
TThe school was set up by LBBHH in response to the devastation caused by Cyclone Sidr in 2007. As well as providing education, it is a cyclone shelter and community centre.
Lavishly illustrated with the author's own colour photographs, these letters paint a vivid picture of the former French colony ten years after its war of independence. They provide a view of a fascinating country emerging into freedom at a time of optimism, when everything seemed possible.
A study of power in rural Sindh - how it was exercised by landlords, moneylenders and colonial administrators, how it was modified, the impact on peasants and landless labourers: and how it related to the maintenance of British imperial rule in India.
An evaluation of French attitudes towards secularism in the context of Muslim settlement in France
A review of Bangladeshi settlers across the world, with a particular focus on their experience in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and New Zealand
An analysis of parliamentary attitudes towards the British colonial empire, and specifically Africa, in the decade during which the decolonisation policy was formulated, using House of Commons records.
A comparison of two documents which remain highly contemporary and politically challenging, 700 years and 70 years after they were written.
Mentoring for Diversity - this initial report sets out the concept of an innovative initiave to establish a leading role for black, asian and minority ethnic (BAME) staff in housing associations. It proposes that BAME staff should become mentors of chief officers, using their knowledge and experience to extend diversity in their workplaces and in their wider policies and practices.