Events

*Cancelled* Seva, Sadaqah and Ubuntu - Voice4Change England Volunteers Week Event

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Seva, Sadaqah and Ubuntu
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**THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED* As part of volunteers week Voice4Change are holding an event on the 3rd June to celebrate the contribution volunteers make to BME organisations. 
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***THIS EVENT IS NOW CANCELLED***

 

1.30pm-4pm, Monday 3rd June – Hackney CVS, 84 Springfield House, 5 Tyssen Street, London, E8 2LY

Voice4Change Arts Sector event

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Arts Event
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Join us for our free BME Arts sector event to network with other groups & celebrate our new partnership with Voluntary Arts & Black & Ethnic Minority Arts (BEMA) on the 6th June 
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Are you a Black led arts or heritage organisation struggling in these merciless recessionary times? We are holding an BME arts sector event on the 6th June at the Resouce for London in Holloway Road

Is it possible to move on from low paid work? Ethnicity and in-work poverty research workshops

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JRF Poverty Workshop
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London 13 February 2013 & Bolton 25 February 2013
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Is it possible to move on from low paid work?

Voice4change England, in partnership with BFI Southbank: Black & Banned – The Films you weren't allowed to see

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This Autumn, BFI Southbank will showcase Black movies that were censored and denied exposure. This censorship has been imposed by governments, but also by the film industry, as the contents of the movies were considered too subversive.    Voice4Change England will be a partner in four of the discussions linked to these movies and the questions surrounding free speech.  
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Tommie Smith: an American legend visits the UK

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Voice4change England is extremely pleased to announce the imminent arrival in October 2018 of Olympic sprinter Tommie Smith for the 50th anniversary of his historic salute at the 1968 Olympic Games.
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Upcoming events

As March is now in full swing we have a couple of events coming up that will be of interest to you! Read on for more information on the United Nations anti-racism day and Stereohype Festival 2014.

Policy and Parliamentary Training

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Do you or your organisation want to make your voices heard in the policy making process? Do you want to influence decision makers but no idea how? Are you a community group or member of the public who wants to lobby your local MP?
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Do you or your organisation want to make your voices heard in the policy making process? Do you want to influence decision makers but no idea how? Are you a community group or member of the public who wants to lobby your local MP?

Moving Forward - The Future of Voice4change England

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AGM future of voice4change
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Voice4Change England invites you to its Annual General Meeting (AGM), Trustee elections and networking event: 'Moving Forward - The Future of Voice4change England'.
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Voice4Change England invites you to its Annual General Meeting (AGM), Trustee elections and networking event: 'Moving Forward - The Future of Voice4change England'.

Policy and Parliamentary Training

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Policy and Parliament training
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Does your organisation want to make its voice heard in the policy making process? Does your organisation want to influence decision makers but no idea how? Are you a community group that wants to lobby your local MP?
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Does your organisation want to make its voice heard in the policy making process? Does your organisation want to influence decision makers but no idea how? Are you a community group that wants to lobby your local MP?

How Important is the BAME Vote?

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BAME vote
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Join the discussion on the impact, importance, patterns and relevance of votes cast by UK citizens of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) heritage.
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Join the discussion on the impact, importance, patterns and relevance of votes cast by UK citizens of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic heritage.

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