Parenting programmes and minority ethnic families: Experiences and outcomes

Jane Barlow, Richard Shaw and Sarah Stewart-Brown in conjunction with REU

A review of parenting programmes for parents from minority ethnic communities, drawing out lessons for good practice.

Parenting programmes and minority ethnic families reviews research into a number of programmes, providing a broader insight into the ways in which parents find such programmes helpful. Concentrating largely on programmes running in the USA, the report highlights the need to establish a body of evidence on the effectiveness of parenting programmes for parents from minority ethnic communities in the UK.

The report considers future directions of such programmes in the UK; looking at policy and practice implications and making recommendations for what might constitute good practice.

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