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Welcome to Our Blog

We are constantly writing articles about our latest news and updates as a charity organisation as well as posting opinions on a diverse range of cultural and equality issues and also offering information and advice for local communities.

IRL* Pop up space (In real life)

IRL* Pop up space Diversity house have received funding from Tampon Tax and we have come up with innovative idea of creating a pop-up space for young people by young people. The idea is based around the empty retail units which are on high streets and the lack of recreational spaces for young people. Apply to Host an Event Across UK high streets, there has been a distract increase in the amount of shops

The Craft of Paper Making

DS Smith - Kemsley Paper Mill Originally built by by Edward Lloyd in 1924, the Kelsey Paper Mill had four of the largest paper machines in the world, ready to produce newsprint. Fast forward almost a decade and it is now the 2nd largest recovered fibre-based paper creator in Europe and has an annual production capacity of 825,000 tonnes. Sometimes, in fact most of the time, we don’t really appreciate the simple things. One of them is paper, it

Business Start-Up Workshop

Business Start-Up Workshop in Sittingbourne Over three weeks in April, a group of women came to the Business start- up workshop. The group of participants were all at varying stages of their business ideas. Some had fully-fledged ideas others, had a business and needed support getting it off the ground. Aderonke runs an after school pick up service in Sittingbourne. This is her story: I currently have an after - school day care, where I

English Speaking Class

Every Thursday from 10:00 am until 11:00 am at Sittingbourne library, one of Diversity House's volunteers Neelam. Neelam previously worked as a teaching assistant at a local school in Swale for children with learning disabilities, she now volunteer hosts the conversation club, where people come to learn and practice their English The session is aimed at anyone who may find it challenging to read and write English. Check out, these two videos from her students. Contact Us for Further

Haka Workshop

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!) Everyone: U - e! (In - deed! ) Leader: Tika tonu! (What is right is always right!) Everyone: U... e! (In - deed! ) Tika tonu atu ki a koe, e tama (Be true to yourself, my son!) Hiki nei