BAME HUB-UK NETWORK

WHO WE ARE

We are an One-Stop-Shop across the UK, united under one umbrella, in Our Dedication to the BAME Communities' empowerment.

Who We Are

We are an One-Stop-Shop across the UK, united under one umbrella, in Our Dedication to the BAME Communities' empowerment.

BAME Hub-UK Network is a platform for BAME communities living in the UK and their friends who are non-BAME. Our primary focus is to improve communication and bridge the gap between BAME communities and UK mainstream through debates on how to address the structural and systemic inequalities which exist within public services such as education, housing, policing and other social sectors. Using a multi-ethnic approach to help manage ethnic diversity with strategies of early intervention/prevention measures and the resolution of ethnic crisis and conflict resolution.

BAME HUB UK Network also aims to empower and advance social cohesion by bringing people from different social, economic, cultural, and faith backgrounds together through dialogue to address, communicate, discuss, raise awareness, and inform issues related to BAME Communities and their families. BAME Hub-UK Network operates nationwide with regional branches across the UK.

Who We Are

The Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Hub-UK Network is a platform for BAME communities living in the UK and their friends who are non-BAME. Our purpose is to bring people together from different social, economic, cultural, and faith backgrounds.

BAME Hub-UK Network operates nationwide with regional branches across the UK. With the aim of advancing social cohesion by connecting BAME Communities through dialogue to address, communicate, discuss, raise awareness, and inform issues related to BAME Communities and their families. 

We aim to work with policymakers, the UK government, local authorities, police, prisons, housing associations, health professionals, schools, and community leaders. To inform issues related to BAME and their families, in an attempt to bridge the gap between BAME communities and UK mainstream and to improve communication.

Through debates on how to address structural inequalities in public services such as health, social, education, housing, policing, and economy.Using a multi-ethnic approach to help managing ethnic diversity with strategies of early intervention/prevention measures and the resolution of ethnic crisis and conflict.

Who We Are

The Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Hub-UK Network is a platform for BAME communities living in the UK and their friends who are non-BAME. Our purpose is to bring people together from different social, economic, cultural, and faith backgrounds.

BAME Hub-UK Network operates nationwide with regional branches across the UK. With the aim of advancing social cohesion by connecting BAME Communities through dialogue to address, communicate, discuss, raise awareness, and inform issues related to BAME Communities and their families. 

We aim to work with policymakers, the UK government, local authorities, police, prisons, housing associations, health professionals, schools, and community leaders. To inform issues related to BAME and their families, in an attempt to bridge the gap between BAME communities and UK mainstream and to improve communication.

Through debates on how to address structural inequalities in public services such as health, social, education, housing, policing, and economy.Using a multi-ethnic approach to help managing ethnic diversity with strategies of early intervention/prevention measures and the resolution of ethnic crisis and conflict.

Our Approach

All our activities are centred on the basic human rights principle of education and health for all with an aim of achieving our main objectives.
We believe that our approach could be a one-stop-shop and useful template for the UK Government and other relevant agencies in addressing the needs of BAME communities living in the UK.

How We Can Help You

Most of our activities, support, and intervention are centered in correspondence to the BAME values and needs.

  • BAME Hub-UK Network  highlight the concerns and issues related to BAME communities and advocacy for  equality and diversity on your behalf.
  • BAME Hub-UK Network  create joint training events with various stakeholders to meet the needs of BAME communities.
  • BAME Hub-UK Network will help you to meet NHS health professionals and relevant authorities  to come and  talk to you about COVID-19 vaccine and all COVID-19 related matters
  • We provide you a platform where you can share stories, raise voices, discuss, address, communicate and have an opportunity to share and make known your opinions regarding local and national issues of importance to you. BAME Hub-UK Network  seek to raise awareness, inform issues and find a solution on how the mainstream would work and engage with you and your families.
  • BAME Hub-UK Network help to foster cooperation and collaboration among diverse BAME communities and UK mainstream in order  to avoid misunderstandings due to cultural differences. 
  • BAME Hub-UK Network youth projects are mainly to empower disadvantaged BAME youth in the context of community-based development work and participatory action research (PAR).
  • To reduce your isolation and social exclusion and bringing your community together to enhance social cohesion. Through events, training, dialogue, conferences, workshops, seminars, social activities, etc.
  • To promote consciousness as a means to raising awareness and implications of structural inequalities such as mental health issues, racism, domestic violence, discrimination and post migration living difficulties.
  • BAME Hub-UK Network is working  with various professionals to empower, support and promote your overall health well-being through collaboration with support networks that specialize in health, family issues, suicide prevention programs,  mental health, domestic violence, drugs, etc.
  • BAME Hub-UK Network  is  building a network of role models, business entrepreneurs, mentors, heroes in education, sport and arts to support you . 
  • BAME Hub-UK Network will sign post you and make referrals depending on your needs such as  social welfare benefit matters, housing issues, immigration and asylum advice  . 
  • BAME Hub-UK Network can invite you to participate in bridging the gap between mainstream and BAME communities through debates on how to address structural inequalities in public services such as health, education, housing, policing and etc.
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Our Approach

All our activities are centred on the basic human rights principle of education and health for all with an aim of achieving our main objectives.

We believe that our approach could be a one-stop-shop and useful template for the UK Government and other relevant agencies in addressing the needs of BAME communities living in the UK.

How We Can Help You

Most of our activities, support, and intervention are centered in correspondence to the BAME values and needs.

  • We highlight the concerns and issues related to BAME communities and advocacy for  equality and diversity on their behalf.
  • We create joint training events with various stakeholders to meet the needs of BAME communities.
  • We provide you a platform where you can share stories, raise voices, discuss, address, communicate and have an opportunity to share and make known your opinions regarding local and national issues of importance to you. We seek to raise awareness, inform issues and find a solution on how the mainstream would work and engage with you and your families.
  • To avoid misunderstandings due to cultural differences, we help to foster cooperation and collaboration among diverse BAME communities and locals.
  • Empower disadvantaged BAME youth in the context of community-based development work and participatory action research (PAR).
  • To reduce your isolation and social exclusion and bringing your community together to enhance social cohesion. Through events, training, dialogue, conferences, workshops, seminars, social activities, etc.
  • To promote consciousness as a means to raising awareness and implications of structural inequalities such as mental health issues, racism, domestic violence, discrimination and post migration living difficulties.
  • We work with various professionals to empower, support and promote your overall health well-being through collaboration with support networks that specialize in health, family issues, suicide prevention programs,  mental health, domestic violence, drugs, etc.
  • We are building a network of role models, business entrepreneurs, mentors, heroes in
    education, sport and arts. 
  • We sign post you and make referrals depending on your needs. 
  • We invite you to participate in bridging the gap between mainstream and BAME communities through debates on how to address structural inequalities in public services such as health, education, housing, policing and etc.

— Our Vision

BAME HUB-UK Network’s Vision is to equip BAME communities and their families with skills to be self-sufficient, that help them to avoid pitfalls connected to lack of empowerment. 

— Our Mission

Our mission and focus are to bridge the gap and improve communication between the UK mainstream and BAME communities.

— Our Aim

The aim is to advance social cohesion and inclusion by connecting BAME communities through dialogue to address, communicate, discuss, raise awareness and inform issues related to BAME communities and their families.

— Our Story

We found that there are structural inequalities in health, education, crime, policing, and BAME experience post-migration living difficulties such as; racism, discrimination, hate crime, hostile immigration policies, cultural differences and language barriers, poor housing, lack of employment, poverty, etc. These factors may have directly or indirectly impacted the mental health and overall health well-being of BAME communities in one way or the other.

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