In September 2020 the IOPC released details of their Impact report and Strategic plan for the period 2018-2022, setting out improvement plans for policing practice and reducing future risks.
So what is RAAH.Fest? It’s a music festival to amplify the voices of young people affected by migration displacement, human trafficking and racial discrimination. 20 charities are selected to benefit from the funds raised.
We are seeking volunteers from the UK and abroad to assist with our various online services. This is particularly because later this year we may be losing two of our current key volunteers that have supported us for almost a decade.
On the 14 September 2020 we launched the revamped 4WardEverUK website – its bolder, brighter and even more accessible to people with visual and hearing impairments.
It was recently announced that the National Memorial Family Fund is now formally incubated by social enterprise Catalyst 4 Change CIC, taking on its legal identity but maintaining operational independence.
We are very grateful to Birmingham based Enterprise, Let’s Go Wellbeing, for dedicating all proceeds from one of their fitness programmes launch events to support families affected by deaths in custody in the UK.
Initially triggered by a Tweet from Oonagh Ryder (@oonskie) and subsequent follow-up Tweets by Lucy Brisbane McKay (@lucybrisbane) and others, we saw a very welcome flurry of donations on 28 May 2020.
Buea, Cameroon – A former African asylum seeker in the United Kingdom has authored a book titled ‘‘The Pride of an African Migrant’, which will be released on May 4 by Pierced Rock Press’.