War is a worldwide phenomena and each culture has a very different way of preparing for war. In New Zealand, the Haka Play Hakka Video Leader: Tika tonu! (What is right is always right!)
International Women’s Day #Balanceforbetter Each year on March 8th Women from all around the world celebrate the collective power and contribution of women. This year the aim was to commit to a more gender balanced world especially within the
Interview with Sam and Barry Fentiman This week we are chatting with the founders and pioneers of creative writing events in and around Kent area the founders of Wordsmithery and Confluence Magazine Sam and Barry Fentiman. Sam is on Twitter
Interview with Sarah Trotter Business Advisor Kent Invicta Sally Trotter is a Kent Invicta business coach who is hosting our business workshops the taster session and the business start-up course. Sally kindly answered some questions about her
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