Anti Racist Commissioning

We are working with Hackney Council for Voluntary Services (CVS) to pilot using the MATCH process to embed anti-racist commissioning principles to address a chosen health inequality faced by communities in City and Hackney.

Community members, EPIC Health (formerly VCS Enabler) and City and Hackney Population Health Hub have been working together to develop data and evidence for alternate ways of commissioning to meet community need, and to test the co-developed anti-racist commissioning principles on a key community issue: young black people’s mental health.

Young Black People’s Mental Wealth Fund has been developed through the anti-racist commissioning MATCH project workshops, which were delivered between September 2023 and March 2024. 

For more information on the principles, process and funding please visit the Hackney CVS website.

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