Supporting children and young people
Parenting Programmes and Minority Ethnic Families
Subtitle: Experiences and outcomes
Jane Barlow, Richard Shaw and Sarah Stewart-Brown, in conjunction with the Race Equality Unit
This report reviews the results of research into a number of parenting programmes for minority ethnic parents and provides a broad insight into the ways in which parents find such programmes helpful. Concentrating on programmes run in the USA, this report highlights the need to establish a body of evidence concerning the effectiveness of parenting programmes for minority ethnic parents in the UK.
The report concludes by considering future directions of programmes in the UK, policy and practice implications, and what might constitute good practice in the development of parenting programmes for minority ethnic families.
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