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Making the Case for Race Equality: a handy guide to framing

Making the Case for Race Equality

Since the beginning of 2017 Voice4Change England in partnership with Runnymede has been engaged in work to support race equality advocacy.
Despite the longstanding efforts of race equality advocates and activists there is still a need to make the case for meaningful action for race equality.

Making the Case for Race Equality: The potential and limits of ‘framing’

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Celebrating Carnival: a review of the recent photographic and testimonial history of Notting Hill Carnival by Ishmahil Blahgrove

Notting Hill Carnival and the August Bank holiday seems to mark the end of summer, kind of like a last fling in West London before the school-run returns and autumn leaves hit the pavement.
Through a new book out this year – written and edited by Ishmahil Blagrove and former CLR James publisher Margret Busby – captures the spirit carnival a little bit longer curtesy of a stunning new pictorial study.

Membership Spotlight: Sheffield BME Network

By Eva Nyandoro, Voice4Change England

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 Ronnie Lewin, Board member of Sheffield BME (Black Minority Ethnic)  Network, who revealed his frustration about progress to address inequalities in the city. 

The only strategic organisation representing BME groups in Sheffield tells Eva Nyandoro about their struggle to be heard.

Media Training

Voice4Change England are offering high quality training courses in how to boost your organisations’ media profile – at rock bottom rates.
Our full day media training courses start from next month (August) and are run by an experienced former newspaper editor who has worked for many years in PR and communications and the charity sector.

Demanding justice for the horrors of enslavement

A top academic claims that worldwide demands for justice over the “genocide” of slavery will be the top issue of the 21st century, writes Lester Holloway.

More proof the media don't care about black stories

There’s been a lot of debate recently about diversity, or lack of it, in the media. 
 
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