Oxfam’s Routes to Solidarity project, launched in April 2009, seeks to empower Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) women and women’s groups by strengthening their organisational capacity and networking skills. This work is accompanied by efforts to ensure policy-makers are better informed and are putting in place policy solutions that benefit BME communities in England. This report documents the findings of a qualitative impact evaluation, carried out in March 2012, which used process tracing to assess the effectiveness of Routes to Solidarity’s project in light of six targeted policy and practice changes identified by BME women themselves .
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