Membership Spotlight

Membership Spotlight: Myanmar/Burma Relief and Welfare Association

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Every month we feature one of our members and ask them what their organisation is about and what they’ve been up to. This month we caught up with   Myanmar/Burma Relief and Welfare Association and spoke to them about their work.        
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Every month we feature one of our members and ask them what their organisation is about and what they’ve been up to. This month we caught up with  Myanmar/Burma Relief and Welfare Association and spoke to them about their work.

Tell us a little bit about the origins of your organisation?

Myanmar/Burma Relief and Welfare Association is a non-political, non-religious and non-profit making voluntary organisation. It was set up in 2001 by a group of like-minded individuals resident in the UK wishing to facilitate culturally effective and sensitive social care and development to Myanmarese / Burmese people who are in dire need of various kinds of Support services.

Membership Spotlight: Black and Ethnic Minority Arts Network (BEMA)

 

Every month we feature one of our members and ask them what their organisation is about and what they’ve been up to. This month we caught up with  BEMA and spoke to them about their work.

 

What are the aims of your organisation?

BEMA is an informal alliance of individual artists, arts organisations, promoters, producers and others with an interest in improving availability of quality art to the public, as well as developing cultural activity as a means of promoting tolerance, equality and education.

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