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


Is it possible to move on from low paid work?

EHRC Race Commissioners Must Stay!

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EHRC Race Commissioners
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The BME VCS deplore the likely decision to axe two key race equality experts from the EHRC 

News release from Voice4Change England on behalf of the BME VCS Coalition

Big Society & Equalities:

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The Bigger Picture
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Is the government really keen to create a diversity of providers? 

Voice4Change England  and  the Women’s Resource Centre have come together to produce a report that considers the notion of ‘Big  Society’ underpinned by  a vision of a more empowered and engaged civil society while taking on board  the current social  context of greater resource cuts for VCOs and  economic restraint.

One important question currently  being asked about the initiative  is,  ‘Is  the government really keen to create a diversity of providers?'

Voice4Change England Parliamentary Reception House of Commons 4 September 2012

This years Voice4Change  parliamentary reception signaled both the launch of two new policy initiatives and the end of a previous era with the departure of former Director and V4CE co-founder, Vandna Gohil.

Voice4Change at The House of Nations presented ‘Return To Mexico City - An Audience with Dr Tommie Smith

On Saturday 11th August, Voice4Change England presented a Return to Mexico City, featuring a first time screening in London of Return to Mexico City and Tommie Smith in a live Q&A session. Return to Mexico City is an award winning documentary narrated by Kieffer Sutherland about the lives of Olympic athletes Dr Tommie Smith and John Wesley Carlos, who shot to fame during the 1968 Olympics when they protested what has been dubbed a ‘Black Power’ protest salute upon collection of their medals for the 200 meter dash finals.

Parliamentary Event - Creating a Diversity of Providers

Are we really creating the right conditions in which public services are being delivered by a diverse range of providers, whom offer a real choice and tailored services to our diverse communities?

Voice4Change England Appoints Interim Director

Issan Ghazni has today been announced as Interim Director of V4CE, by Chair, Elizabeth Balgobin.

Return to Mexico City screening and an Audience with '68 Olympic Icon Dr Tommie Smith

Voice4Change England presents Return to Mexico City. This event features a first time screening in the UK of Return to Mexico City and Tommie Smith in a live Q&A session.

Voice4Change England are moving offices effective 6th June 2012

We are moving offices, our new address and contact details are:

Voice4Change England

Unit 4.3

Fourth Floor

356 Holloway Road


N7 6PA

Telephone: 020 7697 4240 (live from the 11th June 2012)

NAVCA and Voice4Change England alarmed by Government equalities ‘backwards step’

News release from Voice4Change England and NAVCA

Voice4Change England21st May 2012

For immediate releaseNAVCA

NAVCA and Voice4Change England alarmed by Government equalities ‘backwards step’

Voice4Change England and NAVCA have responded with alarm to last week’s equalities announcement by the Home Office, calling it a backwards step. Last week’s Home Office statement, on the outcome of the Equalities Red Tape Challenge and Reform of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), confirmed the Government will repeal the Socio-economic Duty and delay the implementation of the Dual Discrimination Duty.

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