This provides data and analysis from the 2011 census.
The Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR) is one of the UK's leading academic research centres specialising in social and economic regeneration, housing and labour market analysis.
The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) is the professional body for people who work in housing. A collection of free downloads publications is available here.
CIH Practice Hub brings together news, views, guidance and advice on a broad range of housing issues to enable practitioners to share good practice. It includes a section on equality and diversity issues.
The Citizen's Advice Bureau website provides guidance and factsheets on aspects of housing, including some resources translated into community languages.
Formerly known as Glasgow Anti Racist Alliance (GARA), CRER is focused on helping eliminate racial discrimination and harassment, and promoting racial justice across Glasgow/Scotland. The website is provides information on their aims and objectives; what they do; the services they provide; the projects they run; the events that they organise and run; their publications and the work of their partners.
The Community Law Partnership (CLP) is a radical, progressive firm of solicitors specialising in the law relating to Housing and Public Law. CLP incorporates the Travellers Advice Team (TAT) – a ground-breaking nationwide 24 hour advice service for Gypsies and Travellers. The firm was founded in 1999 and aims to provide quality legal services to the most vulnerable and disadvantaged sections of society who would otherwise be denied access to the legal system and to their rights. The firm does not act for landlords, public or private. Its main areas of specialisation are posession, homelessness, poor housing conditions, unlawful eviction and harrassment, local authority housing allocations and housing for migrants. The firm also makes submissions to government consutations and produces discussion papers on housing law and policy, and provides links to relevant cases via its website.
Contact a Family is a national organisation representing disabled children and their families. It provides advice, information and support to the parents of all disabled children, including publications in a number of different community languages, and
Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. The site has many useful resources relating to homelessness, although few specifically relating to black and minority ethnic homeless people.