BFI Event – Muslim Representation on Screen

UK Muslim Film, is a new charity which launched at a BFI, to advise the entertainment industry on how to better represent Muslims on screen. Aiming to combat stereotypes, the charity will support, nurture and fund projects from emerging storytellers and be a port of call for authentic Muslim representation. The Riz Test presented their … More

EMBED: Post COVID-19 reopening

To support UK reopening following COVID-19 lockdown, EMBED are pleased to share the ‘EMBED Reopening Recommendations Support Service’  created in collaboration with the Disability Collaborative Network (DCN) and the School of Health Sciences University of East Anglia.

Spark & Co

Spark & Co. is a Community Interest Company dedicated to racialised people and communities. Our website, resource hub and social media content provide tailored education, information and connection for racialised people in the UK, navigating challenging times from the COVID-19 pandemic to the cost of living crisis.

Deafblindness Curation

Charlotte shared this talk with attendees of a Deaf awareness workshop led by Wales Council for Deaf People in collaboration with Film Hub Wales. Those joining were film exhibitors learning to be more deaf-friendly in their cinemas.

UNV coordinates International Volunteer Day on 5 December every year to recognize and promote the tireless work, not just of UN Volunteers, but of volunteers across the globe. Every day, volunteers dedicate time and effort to ensure the inclusion of those often left behind, drive climate action and advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Volunteers and Cinema

Hundreds of community cinemas across the UK are volunteer-run, with people bringing their love of cinema and the audience experience to life in their communities. There are also many other independent venues that simply would not be able to provide the special and personal experiences they do without the support of volunteers. Thanks to all these brilliant people!

6 Steps to Volunteer Management Success | Leep NGO

A Helpful Online Safety Guide for People With Autism Spectrum Disorders

People from all walks of life and all kinds of backgrounds fall victim to online bullying and cybercrime, but studies have shown that those with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are more susceptible to online threats than others. To help you surf with ease and reduce your vulnerability to attack, take a look at our Internet Safety Guide for … More