Access to nature in the English countryside
CPRE, the countryside charity recently commissioned a participant-led research project exploring inequalities in access to the countryside for people of colour.
The report found that experiences of racism and lack of access can create barriers to participation in rural spaces for people of colour.
Funded by CPRE SEMs Maxwell Ayamba completed the Access to Nature Participant Research Project (Ethnographic Peer research) and was published as part of the Access to nature in the English countryside research project report.
You can read the whole report on the CPRE website.