Tai Pawb is an organisation that promotes equality and social justice in housing in Wales. Tai Pawb works to promote equality in housing across the seven equality strands of Age, Disability, Gender, Gender Identity, Race and Nationality, Religion or Belief and Sexual Orientation. The website provides information about the different services they offer, details of upcoming events, links to other equality organisations websites, information and news relating to equality issues and an area containing information and resources for members.
The Tenant Services Authority is the new regulator for affordable housing, designed to work with landlords and tenants to improve services for existing and prospective tenants.
This website provides translated housing information for black and minority ethnic tenants. Although produced specifically for the Aberdeenshire area, the page is likely to be of interest to tenants throughout the UK.
Produced for the tenants, leaseholders, Board and employees of Nottingham City Homes, The Bulletin provides up to date news on the issues effecting social housing and highlights relevant publications for the housing sector.
The Housing e-Academy provide downloadable training packages for housing practitioners for around £30 per course.
The National Federation of Gypsy Liaison Groups aims to promote social inclusion for the public benefit by working with Gypsy and Traveller groups who are socially excluded. It aims to do this by providing a network group that encourages and enables members of the Gypsy and Traveller community to participate more effectively with the wider community. It also strives to educate the wider public about the culture, life and traditions of the Gypsy and Traveller community. This website is dedicated to self-help groups who have formed their own groups (rather than others forming a group for them) and it links to the websites for Gypsies and Travellers from different regions. Direction to further websites that provide more general information (such as websites for storytelling training) is also given.
The Network for Black Professionals is a social justice, not-for-profit organisation supporting black and minority ethnic professionals achieve their full career and civic potential.
TT Online provides news, pictures, video, opinion and resources from within the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.? The site provides access to back issues of Travellers' Times magazine.