Baseline research to assess existing research on British-Arab Communities (July 2020)
Caabu has always believed that British-Arab communities can and will play an even more vital role in British life. Our role is to help accelerate that process.
We have for over six months, led by Dr Kholood Mohammad, been collating existing research on British-Arab communities, and assessing what we might know or not know. It is based on the sincere belief that vibrant, confident, participative British-Arab communities are a huge asset to this country and that as it stands, and the research bears out, we do not know or understand enough about their successes, achievements and also challenges.
You can read the report here.
This report is part of a research awareness-raising project on British-Arab communities whose purpose is to establish a fully funded sustainable research programme that empowers British-Arab communities. The report is a baseline assessment on existing research and documentation on British-Arab communities.
This is to determine gaps in public knowledge about British-Arab communities and to assess what research exists and what has yet to be commissioned. The ultimate aim will be to find sustainable sponsorship leading to building for the first time ever in modern British history a full and complete picture of British-Arab communities.
The study was carried out across six months and undertook two methods: conducting personal or collective discussions (roundtable discussion) with British-Arab community members in their respective fields; and reviewing existing literature, local authority reports, data sources, and online content. The research also mapped key community organisations.