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Events & News
Bridging Change are reflecting on the issues that impact Black, Asian and minoritised ethnic people in Brighton and Hove. Here you will find events we are organising as well as featured articles, publications and reports.
November 2023 Improving Lives Workshop
On 29th November, Bridging Change and NHS Sussex held a workshop at BMECP Centre to hear how local NHS services are working with ethnic minority communities to improve access and health outcomes and to find out what the community thinks about how NHS Sussex can improve access Primary Care (including GP and dentistry), Mental Health and Wellbeing Services and Maternity Services.
For more information please email email@example.com
Community Voices Group
Wednesday 24th January 2024, 6:00-7:30pm
PLEASE NOTE: WE HAVE THESE MEETINGS ON ZOOM
Our discussion topic for this meeting is Housing.
Bridging Change, in partnership with the Hangleton and Knoll Project, Sussex Interpreting Service and the Trust for Developing Communities, invites you be part of the Community Voices Group, please click here
for more information. We also have this information in different languages, please contact us directly about this.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Medinah Mosque Women's Health and Wellbeing Sessions
Women's Community Health and Wellbeing Sessions at the Medinah Mosque, Bedford Place, Hove BN1 2PT.
In partnership with Muslim Women's Activity Group, we are running monthly sessions from November 2023 to March 2024. If you are interested in coming along, please click here for more information or email us at email@example.com
Runnymede hosted a snap event to discuss the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities' findings and why it has failed to address structural and institutional racism in the UK. If you missed it, catch it on YouTube
Bridging Change Opinion
Read Bridging Change's response to the Sewell Report here.
Brighton and Hove becoming and anti-racist city
The council has pledged to be an anti-racist council. Brighton and Hove City Council has said that they will work in partnership with Black and Minority Ethnic people including council staff, residents and community groups to directly shape our anti-racism strategy through their lived experiences and diverse perspectives.
You can find out more from their website.
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