Online / Virtual Workshop

Baobab Foundation Black and Ethnic Community Dialogues

Counselling All Nations Services (CANS)

Counselling All Nations Services (CANS)

Baobab Foundation would like to hold online community dialogues on the 14th January 2022. If you are interested in taking part, please contact Dianne Jones at the email below.

The Baobab Foundation is inviting organisations, groups and movements led by and for Black and ethnic minority communities across Northern Ireland, to take part in community dialogues to help shape its new fund which is due to be launched early in 2022. 

They are keen to improve their understanding of the needs and experiences of communities affected by racism, so the fund is designed in a way which truly values and addresses their experiences, ideas and vision. So whether you already have experience with other funders or are passionate about supporting your community and at a different stage in your project’s development, they would welcome your input.

The dialogues will provide members of the community with an opportunity to:

  • Share their needs, priorities and aspirations for the new fund.
  • Consider what a fairer, more flexible and respectful funding process could look like.
  • Explore and develop specifics of the new fund including application processes and decision making.

Any lessons and insights will be shared and fed into the fund design where possible.

  • Community development
  • Race/ethnicity
  • BlackAsian and Minority Ethnic Communities

Date and Time

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1 Stranmillis Embankment
United Kingdom

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Contact Details

Dianne Jones

The Baobab Foundation

The Baobab Foundation