Black Asian Minorities Ethnic communities in Tower Hamlets have played a key role in the borough’s response to the Covid 19 pandemic, providing ‘reach’ and support into communities; securing resources to strengthen that support and successfully advocating on behalf of the needs of their communities.
This project is part of the Tower Hamlets Council (LBTH) response to the Public Health England Disparities report produced earlier in the year. The report highlighted the disparity of experience between Black Asian Minorities Ethnic communities and the wider public during the Covid 19 pandemic.
The aim is to work with Black Asian Minorities Ethnic communities to amplify and sustain the impact and influence achieved during the response to the pandemic.
Alongside the work on influencing change, the project also aims to support participating community groups to be sustainable in the longer term and will draw on the wider THCVS resources to deliver this aim.
The Black Asian Minorities Ethnic network will meet quarterly to discuss on broader issues.
To request that your organisation be added to the mailing list or for further information on the disparities project, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
BAME Disparities Project Networking event
In January THCVS hosted a networking event bringing together BAME led community groups in Tower Hamlets for a discussion about responding to and taking forward the findings from the recent Tower Hamlets Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Inequalities Commission. The event brought together about 50 participants from Tower Hamlets and East London.
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The project combines funding secured from National Lottery Community Fund to support capacity building and digital networking for BAME community groups and from LBTH Public Health to amplify and sustain the impact and influence BAME community groups achieved during the response to Covid 19 pandemic.
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