Thank you so much for a really enlightening session and for your total professionalism throughout...
Thank you so much for a really enlightening session and for your total professionalism throughout. It was super interesting and will help us make sure we are more aware, kind and thoughtful in our operations and the subtleties of the information and learning will stay with me for ever.
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Person 2: A really informative session!
Person 3: I found the session greatly insightful and thank you for arranging the session for us all.
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Person 6: It was very interesting and the ladies were great
Informative and thought-provoking...
- Informative and thought-provoking.
- Lovely atmosphere and the information were well explained.
'Thank you' to the Aneurin Bevan Community Health Council...
‘Thank you’ to the Aneurin Bevan Community Health Council. The research team had a great discussion with the Council members on patient perspectives on the use of PROMs. But we also want to thank Roon Adam from Race Equality First who gave us essential insights on PROMs in relation to equality and sustainability.’Thank you’ also to Ana Palazon from Parkinson’s UK Cymru who provided us with detailed eedback on the use of PROMs from the perspective of patients living with Parkinson’s Disease.
In the upcoming weeks we look forward to talking with representatves from Digital Communities Wales, St David’s Hospice Care and the British Heart Foundation.
I would like to express my deepest thanks, gratitude and appreciation to you......
….your colleagues and REF for the relentless support and excellent advice that you provided to me during the past FIVE months in my case for Racial discrimination by the staff at ‘Ty Hafan’.
You have put a lot of your time and efforts to attend four meetings with the other side to help deal with my complaint. The other party found it difficult to accept that their staff have treated me in a racially motivated manner and then spread malicious gossips about me. You gave them insight into their organisation and the fact that they did not have any Black/Asian employees. You also got them to reconsider their rules and policy about racist behaviour in the work place.
Though they attempted to deny that racism exists in their organisation and in the store where I worked, they have transferred all the staff concerned to other stores and brought in new management and volunteers to work with me.
This is the THIRD time REF has directly supported me in my complaints for racism. In return, I would like to offer REF 15/20 hours work in a voluntary capacity. I have had a lengthy and varied experiences working with members of the public in my professional capacity as a qualified Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, A Community mental health Counsellor and a Teacher, during the past Forty Three years. I have achieved excellent communication, listening and negotiation skills. I believe that I could be helpful to REF as a token of gratitude for your support, advice and empathy.
Without your immense support, your colleagues and REF, I would have been another victim of a dormant volcano of ‘racism’.
My good wishes to you and your colleagues.
I just wanted to personally say thank you for your support during my Employment Tribunal Case.
As I was diagnosed with PTSD during the time you were helping me – you offered me crucial support as an intermediary, and even dealt with incidences of intimidation from the other parties legal team that I personally would not have been able to have coped with at the time.
I would like to thank you for signposting me in the direction of the correct benefit support; and also offering to help with completing the relevant applications.
Please also thank the wider team for always providing a warm welcome and acting with absolute and professional discretion.
Thank you so much to you and Race Equality First for representing me, and the time that you have invested in fighting my personal case and ultimately, securing justice for my case. I owe you a huge debt of gratitude.
I wish you all the best for the future.
I would like to say a huge thanks for the staff who works in Race equality organisation.
“When I became a victim of homophobic abuse I had no idea who would support me.....
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I would like to thank Race Equality First for helping me every week for the last few weeks. Thank you very much. Sarah Ahmed
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