Children Visible by Colour

Understanding the experiences of African, Asian and Caribbean heritage children and young people

Why Children Visible by Colour?

One decade ago, community based organisation in Cornwall, Kowetha, produced a handbook for professionals to assist them with understanding the experiences of African, Asian, and Caribbean heritage children and young people. Of course, the world has drastically changed since the handbook was produced. Kowetha, SEEN, and other community organisations are currently working to update the handbook through co-production with children, young people and parents.

At the end of the project, an updated handbook will be launched to provide best practice in working with children of African, Asian and Caribbean heritage.

Let’s work together

At SEEN, we pride ourselves on the work we do, and are striving to achieve our aims of creating a society where children and young people of African, Asian and Caribbean heritage have equitable futures – working with our partners to deliver these solutions. If you are interested in working with us on this, please get in touch below.