Accessibility and racial equality research bibliography

Agyeman, J. and Spooner, R. (1997). Ethnicity and the Rural Environment. pp 197-217 in: Cloke, P. and Little, J. (eds). Contested Countryside Cultures: Otherness, Marginalisation and Rurality. Routledge, London.

Askins, K. (2003). Ethnic Minorities Usage of National Parks in England. First Year Doctoral Report. Department of Geography, University of Durham.

BEN/CA (2003). Capturing Richness: Countryside Visits by Black and Ethnic Minority Communities. Black Environment Network and Countryside Agency, Cheltenham.

Burgess, J. (1995). Growing in Confidence: Understanding People’s Perceptions of Urban Fringe Woodlands. Countryside Commission.

CRE (2002). Statutory Code of Practice on the Duty to Promote Race Equality. Commission for Racial Equality. 76pp.

CRE (2002). The Duty to Promote Race Equality: A Guide for Public Authorities. Commission for Racial Equality. 74pp.

CRE (2002). Ethnic Monitoring: A Guide for Public Authorities. Commission for Racial Equality. 92 pp.

Forestry Commission (2003). The Forestry Commission’s Race Equality Scheme (RES). Staff Notice 27. Prepared November 2003. 16pp.

Gervais, M-C., McLean, C. and Rehman, H. (2004). Research into the Need for Access to the Outdoors and Countryside amongst People from Black and Minority Ethnic Communities, Young People and People with Disabilities. A Literature Review. Ethnos Research and Consultancy, London. 20pp.

Henderson, P. and Kaur, R. (eds). (1999). Rural Racism in the UK: Examples of Community-Based Responses. Community Development Foundation, London.

Lee, T.R. (2001). Perceptions, Attitudes and Preferences in Forests and Woodlands. Technical Paper 18. Forestry Commission. 166pp.

Morris, N. (2003). Black and Minority Ethnic Groups and Public Open Space. Literature Review. OPENspace, Edinburgh. 38pp.

OPENspace (2003). Diversity Review: Options for Implementation. Final Report. OPENspace, Edinburgh. 83pp.
Rishbeth, C. (2001). Ethnic Minority Groups and the Design of Public Open Space: An Inclusive Landscape? Landscape Research, 26(4): 351-366

Tolia-Kelly, D.P. (2004). Landscape, Race and Memory: Biographical Mapping of the Routes of British Asian Landscape Values. Landscape Research, 29(3): 277-292.

Walker, M. (2000). A White and (Un)pleasant Land: Minority Ethnic Experiences of the English Countryside. Unpublished M.Phil Thesis.