UWE Bristol are holding a conference on Black Asian and Minority Ethnic leadership on Friday 30th June. The conference aims to highlight solutions and best practice in diversity and inclusion leading to improving employment prospects as well as some of the challenges students and graduates face.
Many of our not-for-profit organisations are under pressure to meet the growing demand for services and raise more funds. More than ever before innovation is a survival strategy. It is about solving problems, spotting opportunities and making good ideas happen to maximise your impact.
This inspiring event is for anyone who wants to lead their teams to innovate with confidence.
Are you unsure who provides what services for people living with dementia in Bristol and South Gloucestershire? If so, this is an opportunity to find out what services are available. You will also have the chance to ask questions about the services.
There will be presentations which in total will last around 50 minutes from the following people about the dementia services available:
**This talk is being hosted in collaboration with Jacari Bristol**
Here at Jacari, we are very excited to announce that Alex Raikes MBE, Director of Stand Against Racism and Inequality (SARI), will be coming to do a talk on the issues around hate crime for immigrant and BME communities in Bristol. SARI is an amazing Bristol-based charity that provides support for victims of any type of hate crime including racist, faith-based, disablist, homophobic, transphobic, age-based or gender-based.