Supporting Women and Girls

2017-08-29T12:14:45+00:00

The SWAG project builds on the former SWEW programme and existing work with disadvantaged women in Swale. It aims to continue offering in-house support to many of the 9,097 women who enjoyed positive outcomes. The project seeks to work with a new beneficiary age group of 10 – 18 year old girls and other

Breaking The Myths: First World War & Africa

2017-11-10T17:58:55+00:00

Diversity House has received £95,300 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project, “Breaking The Myths: First World War and Africa”, in Sittingbourne and Maidstone area. World War One was a global conflict and has an important and lasting global legacy. However, many of the commemorations fail to acknowledge the contributions, experiences

Diversity House Youth Club

2017-09-14T10:22:36+00:00

Diversity House Youth Project was initiated in summer 2010. It was initially funded by Kent County council’s ‘Positive Activities for young people’ and is now fully affiliated to Kent Youth Project. Originally set up as a result of an influx of migrant communities settling in Swale. The scheme caters for the social needs of

Informal ESOL

2017-07-31T13:39:33+00:00

Diversity House informal ESOL was set up as result of requests from the participants of our Work Club, many who are clients of the local Job Centre Plus. Initially, we were referring our service users to Kent Adult Education for ESOL lessons. However, those who are looking for employment but needed to improve their spoken

Palliative Care & End of Life Practises Among Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) Groups

2017-09-14T10:28:22+00:00

Palliative Care & End of Life Practises This project is funded by Health Education Kent , Surrey and Sussex and led by Drs David Smith and Carlos  Moreno-Leguizamon with support of Stephanie Grohmann of the Faculty of Health and Education at the University of Greenwich in collaboration with Diversity House and the Medway BME

Conversation Club

2017-07-09T10:36:44+00:00

Another of Diversity House’s activities is the conversation club. It aims to build confidence and develop the interpersonal and communication skills of all participants. Participants are able to practice communicating with others in a comfortable and relaxed environment and by taking part in the various activities on offer, participants are also able to have