The 1990 Trust is a leading UK Human Rights and Race Equality organisation. Established as a charity 20 years ago, the Trust has been actively involved in promoting a range of race equality issues affecting Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities.
The Trust is focused on three main areas:
Research and Policy development – from a community perspective.
Community Leadership – developing civic and social inclusion programmes.
Information and Consultation – enabling community voices in race equality policy and initiatives.
Recent work by the Trust includes creating the Black Manifesto for government, in collaboration with over 30 organisations. It has also been closely monitoring and informing BAME organisations and communities on the progress of the Equality Act. The Trust's core research activity and community engagement is conducted through the Roots Research Centre.
Read more about the history of the 1990 Trust