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Pakistan Society Edinburgh
Besides offering information and advice, the group also provides youth clubs, women's groups, computer classes and sports clubs to support the ethnic minorities community.

Web resource for teachers to teach about fairtrade and cocoa.

Parrotfish Company
Genuine educational resources from around the world as well as workshops and INSET sessions.

Pathways to the Past
Pathways to the Past is the lifelong learning section of The National Archives.

Paul Obinna's Timeline
Paul Obinna\'s incredible Timeline scroll features 8000 years of African and European history... on one scroll!

PCET Publishing
PCET is a publisher of high quality resources for primary and secondary education. They produce wallcharts, photopacks, activity books and a range of other classroom accessories for all the major subjects of the National Curriculum.

Peepal Tree Press
Peepal Tree Press' focus is on what George Lamming calls the Caribbean nation, wherever it is in the world, though they are also concerned with Black British and South Asian writing, the latter particularly with a diasporic and/or UK setting.

People of Faith
Here you can begin to explore the rich diversity of the world's main faiths and religions from the viewpoint of individuals from each faith and religion.

Pero, the life of a slave in eighteenth century Bristol
This is the story of Pero\'s life as a servant in Nevis and in Bristol.

Persona Dolls
Range of multicultural dolls.

Peshkar is the only professional theatre company specialising in work for, by and about the young British Asian experience in the North West.

Phoenix Arts & Cultural Community Project
Phoenix Arts & Cultural Community Project was established in 1989 to promote traditional Trinidadian Carnival Arts, Craft and Culture in Lambeth.

Photo Insight
The Experiences project brings together the experiences of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.

The site provides a resource for artists, students, academics, individuals and communities interested in race, identity, ethnicity and cultural difference.

Place, The
Dance company.

Plymouth Centre for Faiths and Cultural Diversity
PCFCD promotes education of world religion and cultural diversity based on the values of respect and tolerance. The Centre aims to achieve this by creating opportunities for interfaith and multicultural awareness, dialogue, understanding and celebration.

Poets Corner Multicultural Group
Aims to celebrate the diversity of cultures of those who live and work in the local community, challenging discrimination creatively through education and social events.

Pogus Caesar/OOM Gallery
OOM Gallery is an online gallery representing the work of award-winning multimedia artist Pogus Caesar. OOM features film, digital prints, free online exhibitions and rare photographs of prominent black individuals.

Politics of Childhood, The
An illustrated historical and cross-cultural perspective on childhood, including chapters on children's political action, children's school strikes, combating racism, sexism, heterosexism and prejudice against disability, and the international picture.

PortCities explores the impact of this maritime world on UK culture.

Portsmouth Ethnic Minority Achievement Service
Portsmouth EMAS provides support for parents and pupils from minority ethnic communities, including those with English as an Additional Language (EAL) and develops provision for race equality and cultural diversity.


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