A new study from Cambridge Judge Business School examines how Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) housing associations in England developed and evolved since the 1948 “Windrush generation”. The study co-authored by Dr Neil Stott and Michelle Fava from the Centre for Social Innovation focuses on a largely neglected topic: racialised interactions at an organisational level. “The study aims to address the fact that racialised groups have been largely invisible in the organisational literature. We encourage more extensive empirical research on forgotten activism to overcome the daily grind of racism, including the history of individual associations and their communities,” Dr Stott says.
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