Category Archives: Blog

Hear the one about the Archbishop and the Poker Player? – @PaulDolan at #NHF13

Paul Dolan, Chief Executive, Sadeh Lok, gives his views on the final day of annual conference. The last day of the conference started with the Archbishop of Canterbury and finished with an ex-professional poker player. Top marks for speaker diversity. … Continue reading

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Everyone is talking about the bedroom tax – @LaraOyedele day two at #NHF13

Everyone is talking about the bedroom tax Lara Oyedele, Chief Executive of Odu-Dua Housing Association ,gives her views on the second day of annual conference. Having a meeting without a meeting room somehow makes you get to the point(s) really … Continue reading

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Consultant needed for the Race Equality Coalition UK

Consultant needed for the Race Equality Coalition UK  (Initially a 6 month contract approximately 12 hours per week 12.5K) Expressions of interest are sought for a consultant to coordinate the development phase of  the Race Equality Coalition UK’s major development … Continue reading

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The Social Value Act – An opportunity and a challenge

by John Hannen, Policy & Partnerships Manager, GMCVO We’ve seen many in the sector welcome the introduction of the recent Social Value Act on the basis that this groundbreaking piece of legislation will open up new opportunities in public service … Continue reading

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The untold story of race relations in the UK – Divided by Race, United in War and Peace

Divided by Race, United in War and Peace is a short documentary film about race relations in Britain during and after the Second World War. At its core are the testimonies of 14 surviving veterans, particularly those West Indian and … Continue reading

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