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Letter to The Guardian - 'Theresa May says equality is a dirty word'

Theresa May, Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities revealed that the Government felt that equality has become a 'dirty word' in a speech in November 2010. Voice4Change England wrote to the Editor of the Guardian to set the record straight and asks how the Minister plans to build a 'fair' society without equality.

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New membership scheme to tackle ‘false dichotomy’ between generic and specialist voluntary sectors

For the first time in the history of the voluntary and community sector (VCS), generic and specialist organisations have come together to pioneer a collaborative membership venture. The Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) support organisation Voice4Change England (V4CE) have brought together two leading generic support organisations, NCVO and Community Matters, to reach the unmet needs of BME voluntary and community organisations.

Abolishing the Equality Act 2010

The Coalition Government has constantly talked about ‘Fairness for All’ through its tenure to date. How can there be  fairness without equality?

Minister sees the Big Inclusive Society in action

On Tuesday 5 April BME policy voice, Voice4Change England coordinated a visit by the Minister for Civil Society, Nick Hurd MP to member organisation, the Asian People’s Disability Alliance (APDA).

House of Commons 2011

Voice4Change England's reception at the House of Commons spurred the Big Unfair Society campaign. See how the event unfolded.

What next for the Big Unfair Society campaign?

Vandna Gohil, Director of Voice4Change England thanks the sector for supporting the Big Unfair Society campaign and shares plans for what the campaign has in store this summer.

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