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Diversity House Centre for Innovation and Development


The Diversity House Centre for Innovation and Development Project The Diversity House Centre for Innovation and Development is a project that is supported by the UK Government for a total of six months, from November 2021 to June 2022, through the UK Community Renewal Funding (UKCRF). Delivering a comprehensive, all-encompassing intervention service to marginalised



Creative Youth Project to Combat The Rise in Criminal Behaviour The Boyz-2-Men project is a crime intervention and prevention program, which is funded by Awards for All, the Lawson trust and Swale Borough Council. The program has been developed by Diversity House and is for young people between fourteen and twenty-one-year olds who are

Supporting Women and Girls


Supporting Women and Girls (SWAG) The SWAG project builds on the former SWEW programme and existing work with disadvantaged women in Swale (Please see below). 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

Benin and British Heritage


A brief History of Benin Kingdom (Nigeria) Many centuries ago, at the time when Benin was called Igodomingodo, that geographical area now known as Benin was the hub of a conglomeration of little towns that developed into most of the areas of modern Edo and Delta states. Throughout that period, Igodomingodo made steady progress especially

Breaking The Myths: First World War & Africa


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

Swale Women Empowering Women


Our Mission  Swale Women Empowering Women (SWEW) is a group of totally committed women of all ages eager to promote a positive image of women in Swale and Kent through information and knowledge sharing, equality and diversity, understanding, respect, reaching out, sharing support and advice and socialising. The Swale Women Empowering Women (SWEW) project

East Kent African Health Project (EKAHP)


The project aimed to increase awareness of sexually transmitted infections including HIV among African communities in Swale, Canterbury, Ashford and Shepway. The aspiration for the project was that African and Caribbean people at risk of HIV infection, including people of undiagnosed HIV infection, were offered a comprehensive range of information opportunities designed to increase their