We are on the verge of publishing our Annual Report and this document includes our Chairman’s Report which I’d like to share with you. It was written by our Chairman/Trustee, Alan Warren. I would love to hear your opinion on what Alan has to say so please leave a comment in the section below.
One of the key roles of EMAG is to help people from ethnic minority communities’ access mainstream services and reduce any barriers they have. On the 3rd March 2017 we held a Multicultural Event and staff from the NHS also attended to get feedback from our members. There were 160 people at this event and was an ideal occasion for the NHS to get feedback from members of the community who wouldn’t normally give feedback in more formal settings, i.e.Read more
It was a pure coincidence that my previous blog was about Community Cohesion and this one is about how the new US President is presenting himself to us. Many people would argue that his policies and ideas to date are the exact opposite of bringing people together. I am not advocating following any political parties but as an external observer and campaigner of equality and community cohesion his tone and rhetoric is very disturbing.
Emag actively promotes community cohesion. Find out what it means, why its important and the work we carry out to promote community cohesion.
Since 2004 we have visited a variety of faith places such as St Paul’s Cathedral, a Buddhist Vihara, Gurdwara’s, a Greek Orthodox Church, the West End Synagogue and Canterbury Cathedral. This year we went to the Neasden Temple and London Central Mosque.
Hate crime is defined as ‘any criminal offence which is perceived, by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by hostility or prejudice towards someone based on a personal characteristic.’