Celebrating inclusion in diversity - inspirational speakers
(Wednesday, May 9, 2018)
|Meeting type:||Public Meeting|
|Date:||Wednesday, May 9, 2018|
|Time:||6.30pm - 10.00pm|
As we embrace the 21st Century, what more can be done to improve our world today when we speak about inclusion? Does frustration and lack of understanding prevent humanity from progressing in the Modern Age.
- In different countries the political climate is changing day by day
- Are women’s efforts gaining momentum towards inclusion in the political Spectrum?
- Where are we right now in the United Kingdom?
- What is the impact of inclusion within the brexit of the UK and how does this impact upon inclusion and diversity?
- What should faith leaders be doing to support improvement in their communities to embrace inclusion and create awareness?
- What values do citizens need to understand the mechanism of celebrating inclusion?
This evening enables us to celebrate inclusion in diversity from different perspectives and seeks to enhance learnings and sharings from one another. We hope to take further steps in improving inclusion across London, UK and Internationally with different communities supporting the social, economic and political pillars of the Sustainable Development Goals.
We will hear from inspirational speakers from different backgrounds across youth, community, political and business backgrounds on key developments and how to promote and be inclusive in the 21st century.
We will explore the following:-
- Believe in the Youth
- Understanding the complexities of communicating between different communities
- How does true celebration and inclusion of diversity challenge everyone?
- How can the local political parties in the UK work closely with local faith groups and interfaiths especially BME and underrepresented groups
- Women standing up beyond Brexit
- Inclusion of more Black Women and an end to Stereotyping.
- Brexit, Xenophobia and Racism
- Political experience in embracing Diversity
- Our Future, Our Youth
- Mind the Gap! Bringing Communities together and Celebrating Diversity
- Inclusion and the impact systemic failures is having on Communities
- Young People / Youth and Inclusion. What more can be done to enable all Communities to thrive
- Challenges under-represented women groups, BME grassroots face in the 21st Century
- Changing role of diaspora engagement in the UK
- What should the future look like?
Our speakers include:
Janet Berridge - Chair National Liberal Club
Madeleina Kay (Alba White Wolf) EU Supergirl - Young People / Youth and Inclusion. What more can be done to enable all Communities to thrive? plus: Singing 2 song
Kishan Devani How political parties should be Engaging with local BME communities
Susie Courtault - Vice-Chair of Britain for Europe Women standing up beyond Brexit
Sue Doughty Inclusion of more Black Women and an end to Stereotyping.
Clive Lewis Brexit, Xenophobia and Racism
Adrian Hyyryläinen-Trett Understanding the complexities of communicating between different communities
Jack Gilbert How does true celebration and inclusion of diversity challenge everyone?
Her Excellency Rt Rev Bishop Dr Melody Sakala-Makore How can the local political parties in the uk work closely with local faith groups and interfaiths especially bme and underrepresented group
Ukonu Obasi Health and Inclusion within NHS services
Ruth Dombey Mind the Gap! Bringing Communities together and Celebrating Diversity
Janet Bola Latinwo Inclusion and the impact systemic failures is having on Communities
Hannah Kupoluyi Challenges under-represented women groups, BME grassroots face in the 21st Century
Dess Tess Performing Gospel music
Paul Reynolds The Changing role of Diaspora in the UK
Julliet Makhapila What should the future look like?
Samora Sidki Youth Mentorship Talent and Inclusion
Speakers are from partners and organisations across the spectrum and not necessarily supporters of the Liberal Democrats
Tickets include food and welcome drink, performing artists, cash bar available. Tickets are £25 inc VAT or £15 for concessions - please advise organisers by email of any dietary needs.
Note: venue has full access for those with physical disability and a disabled access parking bay adjacent to the main entrance to the building.
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|Meeting address:||1 Whitehall Place London, SW1A 2HE|
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