1. Community Table – a series of cultural events in 2024!
Project funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, we are very grateful.
Please check out the calendar of the events and get in touch if you would like to get involved in the Programme, either with songs, dancing, cultural artefacts exhibition, folk costumes or providing traditional food and drinks (non-alcoholic only, please). We can cover your costs and we are also open to all your ideas, as well!
Please also share this poster with your friends and loved ones, these events are free and open to the wider Canterbury District community! Registration for participation takes place on Eventbrite! Volunteering for the event is discussed separately, with the organisers.
We are looking forward to seeing you all at our Community Table events!
2. BLOG: Talk in inequality – a partnership funded by NIHR between EMIC and other important community organisations in the South-East.
By Dr Anusree Biswas Sasidharan, Director, Bridging Change (left) and Lillian Ndawula, Development Worker (volunteer), Ethnic Minorities in Canterbury (right).
Over the last three years, we as community organisations and NIHR partners in the south east – have had a lot of robust conversations about health inequalities, experienced by racialised minority ethnic communities and organisations. And, as a partnership, we received some money from the NIHR’s Reaching Out funding programme to explore barriers to involvement and participation in research and how we might address them. As a part of Reaching Out programme we had an online consensus workshop; held numerous meetings; and led a series of local outreach events, to explore how health and social care research could be improved.
More details to be found here: BLOG: Talk In Equality (nihr.ac.uk)