Blog 2017-07-31T13:43:51+00:00

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.

International Women’s Day 2018

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 business sphere. Honing the #balanceforbetter theme for 2019 International women’s day, the theme is run for the whole year. We hosted several small sessions in collaboration with Kent Invicta, Kwik Fit and DS Smith Kemsley paper mill.  DS Smith is

Wordsmithery and Confluence Magazine Interview

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 - @Wrdsmithery Barry is on Instagram – Barry Fentiman Hall Wordsmithery Website Confluence Website Tell us a fun fact about yourself and how you got into poetry? On my

SDG Action Awards

What are the Sustainable development goals awards and why is it important to get involved? Some of you may be wondering what SDG is, well the acronym stands for Sustainable Development Goals. Even though right now SDG may mean nothing to some readers, hopefully this blog post will give you a little understanding of what the SDG is, who created the awards and why is it important to get involved. So, like any awards there needs to be an

Interview with Sarah Trotter – Business Advisor Kent Invicta

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 business journey. If you want to book onto one the courses then please sign up via the following links: Is Self-Employment Right for Me Business Start-Up Course Tell us about yourself and a fun

Spreading the Message of End of Life and Palliative Care to Black and Ethnic Minority Communities

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. You can listen to the audio or have a read through the transcripts. Listen To Audio Radio Show Transcript Desiree (Colourful Radio): End of life care is support for people who are in the last

Raising Women’s Voices a Call for Change – Domestic Violence

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, due to the rise of feminism this law became illegal. However, one can argue the legislation around domestic violence has changed, yet the institutions and legislation which support society seem as prejudice towards women, this is also a view which