Colourful Radio Interview with Christine Locke The CEO of diversity House Christine Locke was interviewed by the Breakfast Show hosts of Colourful Radio raising the awareness of end of life and palliative care within Black and Ethnic minority communities.
Historically, violence towards women was accepted dating as far back as the Romans regarding being able to beat one’s wife. English Common Law stated a man could beat his wife with a stick no longer than his thumb. However,
Sunday 28th October 2018 Diversity House and Swale County Council revealed the Inclusive Remembrance stone in Sittingbourne town centre on Sunday 28th October. The Centenary Memorial Stone is paying homage to all of those who fought in WW1, highlighting
Breaking the Myths: Africa and World War at the Royal Overseas house, there was a great turn out of collaborators, partners, funders and the public. As the centenary ends, Diversity Houses’ overall aim of the past two years was
As we come to close to the centurion of World War 1, there is a great debate about how the commonwealth should be acknowledged for the contributions in the war. A recurring theme is creating a Commonwealth Memorial. The
Mary Beatrice Davidson Kenner Life without sanitary towels seems practically impossible, for females. However, women owe, a great thank you Mary Kenny who was an African-American inventor created the improvements to the sanitary belt, the original patent was
DIVERSITY House supported the creation and development of the Learning Alliance for Palliative Care 'LAPCEL' (members: Anglia Ruskin University, Diversity House, Ellenor, Health Education England Kent, Sussex, Surrey and University of Greenwich) with the aim of engaging more ethnic
Workshop at Phoenix House A group of local women came together as part of the SWAG Project (Supporting Women and Girls) to increase their confidence and equip them with tools of how they could develop and improve their assertiveness