BAME HUB-UK NETWORK

Campaigns

Advocacy For Equality & Diversity

We seek to advocate for equality, diversity, equity  and justice. To promote social justice where UK government ensure everyone has physical security, education, healthcare and employment.

BAME Communities Campaigns

We run campaigns to make a difference in the lives of BAME Communities across the UK. Read more about these campaigns.

We seek to advocate for equality, diversity, equity  and justice. To promote social justice where UK government ensure everyone has physical security, education, healthcare and employment.

We run campaigns to make a difference in the lives of BAME Communities across the UK. Read more about these campaigns.

CURRENT CAMPAIGN: 

To UK Government

Petition against recent: The Commission’s Report into Racial and Ethnic disparities, March 2021.

 

We, The BAME HUB-UK, strongly condemn the biased report
published by The Commission’s Report into Racial and Ethnic disparities in the
UK and we also wish to voice our opposition to the abolition of the use of the
term BAME as an entity. We believe that the term BAME justifiably represents
Black, Asian and other Ethnic minorities here in the UK who daily face various
forms of discrimination.

The main purpose of this petition is to gather support for there to be a full investigation into the propaganda being perpetuated in this report. These Commissioners should return to the drawing board and reinvestigate why their report does not represent the true views and real experiences of Black, Asian and Ethnic minorities in the UK. We believe that the denunciation of institutionalised racism in this report is a mere facade for this Tory government to deny it’s existence and thereby not have legislation in place that abolishes its perpetuation. 

How to sign the petition:

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Children & Youth Empowerment

We create programs so as to reduce social isolation by bringing young people together.

Due to systematic and structural inequalities, social stigma, the absence of effective role models, and cultural barriers, it was found that the mental health of BAME youth is much more likely to be impacted and for them to be sectioned under the Mental Health Act. We support BAME young people  through Youth Empowerment Projects mainly in the context of community-based development work and participatory action research (PAR).

We also use a holistic approach to ensure improvement of quality of life through education training, mentorship, sporting, career development, financial advice and awareness of consequences of the life choices.

Regardless of the skin colour, religious beliefs or cultural identity, our programs focus on essential elements of BAME youth wellbeing, designed to meet BAME young people’s developmental needs. We have created and run following programmes:

·         Mental Health Programme

·         Scholarship programme

·         Work Placement/Attachment/Internship/ Programmes

·         Career Development and Mentoring Programme

·         Big Brother and Big Sister Programme

·         Juvenile Justice Programme

·         Entrepreneurship Programme

·         Recreational Youth Programme

If you are interested and would like to find out more or get involved, please get in touch with us (Tel: +44 7393165249 or +442045136345, Mail: [email protected])

Mental Health Support

Promotion of health and well being through collaboration with support networks that specialise in health and family issues.

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