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Our directory lists details of the range of services and activities provided by our 550+ members, all of which are voluntary or community organisations based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing.
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Lectures on archaeology and local history, excavations and other fieldwork. Objectives: promoting study and ensuring proper recording and preservation of local antiquities and relics.
Acts as a coordinating body for non-profit-making organisations actively practising the creative and interpretative arts, through publication of quarterly diary and promotion of drama awards and exhibitions.
The Brighton and Hove Association of Gambian Citizens promotes Gambian culture (including music, dance, and food) and to encourage our community to engage with others in the city to share experiences, support and contribute to the city.
A small community group that aims to challenge racism and prejudice by raising awareness of the multi-cultural history of Britain, particularly in Brighton and Hove, including the contributions of Black and Minority Ethnic people to the city, both past and present.
Aims to ensure Black women's needs are heard and met through casework, advocacy, partnership working and edutainment. Works on Black men's gender issues as equality for Black women is meaningless if Black men remain oppressed.
Voicing concerns of BME communities in Brighton and Hove about policing in their area. Working as a scrutinising mechanism in partnership with the police with the aim of increasing trust, transparency, confidence and communication.
This is a newly commissioned service funded for two years with the aim of building greater and more successful collaboration between the community, charities and the commissioned services to develop improved services for rough sleepers.
Free, independent and impartial advice and information on any subject. Specialist advice services in money advice, welfare benefits, fuel poverty and HIV advice service. Active social policy campaigns. Volunteer adviser training programme.