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.
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
For the past four weeks, Diversity House has been delivering volunteering training. People from different ethnicities and backgrounds were part of it including myself. Over the past four sessions, the participants gained confidence to share past voluntary roles personal
On the 9th of July 2018, I went on my first outreach for Diversity House in Faversham, Kent with my colleague Lynda. I was unsure of how it would go and how receptive the people in the town would be.
Life Skills Fair in Sittingbourne Up to 100 people attended the very popular Life Skills Fair hosted by Diversity House on Friday 8th June 2018 at the UKP Building in Sittingbourne. The event was billed as an introduction to
World War 1 in Africa – Breaking the Myths Breaking the Myths is a Diversity House Heritage Lottery Funded project covering various aspects of World War 1 in Africa. One of the themes the project team identified as important
Friday 5th January 2018 Diversity House and Swale CVS are delighted to announce that the Big Lottery Awards for All have granted £8,651 to support Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Communities with volunteering in the Swale area. The project
In Celebration of Black History MonthDid you know that Black musicians have contributed to British Cultural life since before the Roman period? This was just one of the amazing facts revealed by music industry consultant and historian Kwaku, founder of