The importance of Black History?
– An Every Voice Production –
Every Voice champions the voices of the underrepresented and fights for unity and diversity in the mainstream
Some of our current work:
Our flagship education programme, which works alongside teachers in Islington schools to change the traditional history curriculum and move towards our vision of an All World History, All Year Round agenda
We work with BME groups across Islington to create a united platform from which we can raise the voice of the community and influence policy and community action. We do this through forums, local events, research and offering support and advice where needed.
‘It’s no fun being on benefits’: our new report on the human impact of welfare reform
Read our report ‘It’s no fun being on benefits’. Compiled from the stories of over 40 residents in Islington, the report details the human impact of the last round of the Tories’ cuts to the benefits system. Between 2010 and 2015, the coalition government cut welfare spending by £15 billion. With George Osborne’s July budget pledging to cut welfare again, this time by £12 billion over only two years, it’s time to pay attention to the reality of what the huge cuts already made have meant for people’s lives.
Read more here