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BEN Publications
The first copy of any BEN publications are free to BEN Network members. Additional copies, or any copies for non-members are available at a nominal cost of 4 each to cover the costs of production. Call or email Pam Green, BEN administrator on 01286 870 715.

Please note that some of the following can be downloaded free in our Resources section.

Ethnic Environmental Participation - Key articles and papers. Volume 1. Judy Ling Wong.
 
Ethnic Environmental Participation - Key articles and papers. Volume 2. Judy Ling Wong.
 
Ethnic Environmental Participation - Key articles and papers. Volume 3. Judy Ling Wong
 
Ethnic Environmental Participation - Key articles and papers. Volume 4. Judy Ling Wong
 
Contact with Nature Report. Judy Ling Wong (Out of print).
 
Environmental Ethnic Youth Work - Adam Brown. Sukbinder Johal. Judy Ling Wong.
 
Face to Face - Youth Visit to Pakistan and Azad Kashmir. Jointly published by BEN and the Sparkhill Youth Project
 
Roots Culturefest - the evaluation of a multicultural festival in a country park. Freddie D'Souza. Jointly published by BEN and the Northamptonshire County Council.
 
BEN Countryside Trips Report - Judy Ling Wong.
 
Needs Assessment Survey - A report on a research project informing the process of organisational development by organisations wishing to attain the capacity to integrate ethnic participation into the work of their organisation - Henry Adomako and Volunteers.
 
Funding Issues affecting Ethnic Communities - A Discussion Paper for Policy Makes. BEN Networking Conference 2000.
 
How to increase Ethnic Participation In National Parks - Workshop Report. BEN Networking Conference 2000.
 
Multicultural Interpretation and Access to Heritage. Paper. Judy Ling Wong.
 
Visualising Heritage Participation by Ethnic Groups. Paper. Judy Ling Wong.
 
The Framework for Representation of Socially Excluded Groups. Paper. Judy Ling Wong.

Other articles, papers, documents and reports related to ethnic participation in the built and natural environment.  
Whenever possible phone numbers are provided here in case you wish to obtain copies.

A report into capacity building with black and minority ethnic groups. Gaye Galvin. Groundwork Camden. Tel. 020 7722 7217
 
Whose Heritage - the impact of cultural diversity on Britain's living heritage. Keynote addresses from the conference. Arts Council of Great Britain. Tel. 0207 999 0100
 
Gardens for All - Managers at heritage sites are seeking ways to draw minority groups to their gardens. Esther McMillan. Horticulture Week. June 7. 2001. Tel. 020 8606 7500
 
Building sustainable communities - some teachers have been using a set of posters from BEN to involve everybody in thinking about the future of their area and the wider world. Forward Thinking - The Review. Development Education Centre, Birmingham. Tel. 0121 472 3255
 
Update: Cultural Diversity - a entire section devoted to cultural diversity with an introduction by Judy Ling Wong OBE. Museum Practice Issue No. 17. Tel. 0207 250 1837
 
Maximising ethnic minority involvement in environmental activities. Groundwork Blackburn. Tel. 01254 265163
 
Attitudes towards the Heritage - Research study conducted for English Heritage by MORI. Available on www.english-heritage.org
 
Power of Place - Report of the review of policies relating to the historic environment, with recommendations for Minister, and for the heritage sector. Available from English Heritage Publications. Tel. 020 7973 3000
 

 

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