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RARA Education Project CIC

RARA is a black-led organisation committed to improving diversity, equity, and inclusion practices in learning and working spaces. Our mission is to foster real and authentic representations of Africans and Caribbeans in society, ensuring that Black people have equal opportunities to thrive, progress, and advance.

Our bespoke services are designed to meet the specific needs of each organisation, and we work collaboratively with our clients to develop training and development opportunities that promote a culture of inclusion. Using research-based approaches and principles, we provide guidance and support to help organisations establish an environment where Black people feel empowered to succeed and reach their full potential.

At RARA, we understand that every organisation is unique, and our services are tailored to reflect this. Our approach ensures that our services are relevant, effective, and sustainable, creating long-lasting results for our clients. Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is reflected in our partnerships with individuals, organisations, and institutions. We believe that representation matters, and that Black people deserve to be accurately represented in all aspects of society.

Join us in our efforts to create a more equitable and inclusive society, where Black people can not only survive, but thrive. Contact us today to find out how we can support your organisation in establishing a culture of inclusion that fosters the growth and development of all individuals.

RARA Education Project CIC Launches Groundbreaking Research Project to Improve the Lived Experience of Black Secondary School Students across Liverpool and Leeds.

The RARA Education Project CIC is proud to announce the launch of a new research project aimed at improving the experience of Black secondary school students in Merseyside and West Yorkshire. The project, set to begin in April, will explore the lived experience of Black students in these areas and identify the support they need to succeed.

The research project will be led by Co-Founders Chiedza Ikpeh and Emma Taonga, who bring a wealth of experience in education and social justice. The project aims to amplify the student and voice and identify the support strategies and interventions necessary to help Black secondary school students in Merseyside and West Yorkshire excel in education.

“We’re excited to embark on this research project and explore the experiences of Black students in Merseyside and West Yorkshire,” said Chiedza Ikpeh, Co-Founder of RARA Education Project CIC.

“Our goal is to identify the challenges that Black students face and design support strategies and interventions to help them succeed.”

The RARA Education Project CIC is actively seeking partnerships with schools and other organizations interested in participating in this important research project. Interested parties are encouraged to subscribe to the RARA Education Project CIC mailing list to stay updated on progress and learn how to get involved.

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