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NHS workers of South Asian heritage sought for book

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Runnymede, the race equality think tank, is currently researching the contribution of South Asian communities to the NHS and is seeking former NHS workers to take part.

The think tank is looking to interview people of South Asian heritage who have been employed by the NHS, particularly first generation older people who arrived in the UK from the 1950 onwards.  

The oral testimonies we collect will form a book to celebrate the achievements of South Asian NHS employees, past and present.

Take part

If you would like to participate in this project, or know someone who would be interested, contact Runnymede at or 020 7377 9222

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