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    Creative industry to get new home in Enfield
  • Report highlights new normal in job market
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    Report highlights new normal in job market
  • ECA discuss Stop and Search with police monitoring group
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    ECA discuss Stop and Search with police monitoring group
  • ECA opinion on the Race and Ethnic disparities report
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    ECA opinion on the Race and Ethnic disparities report
  • Government apologises for pervasive racist treatment of dead black and Asian soldiers
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    Government apologises for pervasive racist treatment of dead black and Asian soldiers
  • New report confirms institutional racism in UK universities
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    New report confirms institutional racism in UK universities
  • New report published on race and racism in English schools
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    New report published on race and racism in English schools
  • Oxford University launches access programme for students of Caribbean descent
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    Oxford University launches access programme for students of Caribbean descent

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Barbados set to become a republic

Barbados set to become a republic

Barbados is set to remove the Queen as head of state and become a republic. The island nation will remain a member of the Commonwealth.

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Free short journalism course available

Free short journalism course available

Enfield Caribbean Association has partnered with The Enfield Dispatch to provide a free short journalism training (3 hours) introductory course on 1 or 2 December. The course covers all of the key processes of journalism.

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Benin Bronze returned to Nigeria

Benin Bronze returned to Nigeria

In the first institutional return of its kind, Nigeria's National Commission for Museums and Monuments received a Benin Bronze from Jesus College on Wednesday 27 October.

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Black History Month celebrations at Millfield Theatre October 2021

Black History Month celebrations at Millfield Theatre October 2021

Black Women, in History - The Hidden Stories was the theme of ECA's Black History Month celebrations at the Millfield on Saturday 16th October.

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Basil Watson chosen to design national Windrush Monument

Basil Watson chosen to design national Windrush Monument

A statue designed by Jamaican artist Basil Watson will go on display at Waterloo station as a tribute to the Windrush Generation.

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A statue of Wales’ first black headteacher unveiled in Cardiff

A statue of Wales’ first black headteacher unveiled in Cardiff

Betty Campbell MBE is thought to be the first named, non-fictionalised woman to have a monument in her honour erected in an outdoor public space in Wales.

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ECA Black History Month Event tickets on sale Now! 16 October at Millfield Theatre, 3pm

ECA Black History Month Event tickets on sale Now! 16 October at Millfield Theatre, 3pm

Black Women in History: Their hidden stories is the theme for this year’s Black History Event organised by Enfield Caribbean Association. The event is being held on Saturday 16 October at the Millfield from 3pm.

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Report highlights the lack of Black and Asian authors in English literature in schools

Report highlights the lack of Black and Asian authors in English literature in schools

Research commissioned by Penguin and The Runnymede Trust has highlighted the virtual non-existence of Black, Asian and minority ethnic authors in the teaching of English Literature in UK schools.

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ECA responds to Enfield Council local plans

ECA responds to Enfield Council local plans

ECA has responded to Enfield Council’s Local Plan 2019-39. The Enfield Local Plan: 2019-2039 will be the key planning policy document for the borough.

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Closing soon – Have your say in Enfield local plan consultation

Closing soon – Have your say in Enfield local plan consultation

Closing soon - Enfield Local Plan consultation. Give your views by 11pm -  Monday, 13 September 2021!

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Cancer Awareness in Enfield

Cancer Awareness in Enfield

Enfield Caribbean Association spoke to Dr Miles Bogle, a local GP and member of Enfield Primary Care Network, who is co-ordinating activities in the borough to raise Cancer Awareness.

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ECA Black History Month event: Celebrating Black women’s personal histories

ECA Black History Month event: Celebrating Black women’s personal histories

ECA is planning its Black History Month celebration on Saturday, 16 October 2021 at Millfield , Edmonton from 3pm. The event will be a celebration of Black Women in our recent history.

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UK’s first all black, all female Shakespeare company launched

UK’s first all black, all female Shakespeare company launched

The UK’s first all black, all female Shakespeare Company representing women of the African Diaspora has been formed. Mawa Company will address how black people and black women are represented in the classical Shakespeare text

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Free immersive musical show at ECA Luncheon Club – Friday 10 September

Free immersive musical show at ECA Luncheon Club – Friday 10 September

Exchanging Dreams takes place on Friday 10 September after ECA’s Luncheon Club meal at Green Towers Community Centre, Edmonton Green, London N9 0TE. Seats will be reserved only for ECA members attending the Luncheon club on the day. For all other attendees numbers are limited. It will be first come first seated, so the advice is arrive early to avoid disappointment.

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ECA to hold AGM on 16 September - 6pm

ECA to hold AGM on 16 September - 6pm

Enfield Caribbean Association will be holding its annual general meeting on Thursday 16th September at 6pm.

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ECA working with the North London NHS Primary Care Trust

ECA working with the North London NHS Primary Care Trust

Enfield Caribbean Association (ECA) Chair Oveta McInnis and Vice-Chair Paul Riddell have been working alongside the NHS North Central London, Primary Care Trust to address the issue of vaccine uptake by black and ethnic minorities.

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Home Office Police Report: Main takeaways

Home Office Police Report: Main takeaways

The Home Office report notes a 'widening' confidence gap between black and white communities when it comes to dealing with the police. The report finds that only just over half (56%) of Black adults believe the police will treat them with fairly

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ECA Luncheon Club re-opens on 6 August

ECA Luncheon Club re-opens on 6 August

ECA Luncheon Club re-opens on Friday 6 August, 12pm-3pm at Green Towers Community Centre, Edmonton Green, London N9 0TE. To join us, please book in advance to reserve a space as numbers are limited. Email: info@theeca.org.uk or mobile: 07908600420 telephone: 020 8373 6388

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The Colour of Power 2021: Black Lives Matter boosting change

The Colour of Power 2021: Black Lives Matter boosting change

When Operation Black Vote (OPV) launched 'The Colour of Power', back in 2017 the organisation hoped that the stark visualisation of what power looked like both in racial and gender terms would begin a conversation.

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Mother of Mankind - all black female exhibition unveiled

Mother of Mankind - all black female exhibition unveiled

A new art exhibition of black female artists at London’s HOFA Gallery in London. The HOFA Gallery and ADA contemporary art gallery (Accra, Ghana) joined forces to premiere an all-female group exhibition, Mother of Mankind.

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Designs revealed for national Windrush Monument

Designs revealed for national Windrush Monument

People across the country are being invited to have their say on a new national Windrush monument, as the 4 shortlisted designs have been revealed.

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What if your job was good for your report launched

What if your job was good for your report launched

Business in the Community has launched a new report, What If Your Job Was Good For You? The report identifies actions employers can take to transform wellbeing at work

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Report shows the poor are getting poorer

Report shows the poor are getting poorer

Credit Suisse research Institute report shows the poor are getting poorer

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Research finds BME women more likely on zero-hours contracts

Research finds BME women more likely on zero-hours contracts

TUC and Race on the agenda (ROTA) research finds BME women more likely on zero-hours contracts

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10,000 Black Interns Careers Fair 2021

10,000 Black Interns Careers Fair 2021

10,000 Black Interns Careers Fair 2021

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Morley College launches prize for unpublished writers of colour

Morley College launches prize for unpublished writers of colour

Morley College launches prize for unpublished writers of colour

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Have a go on our Windrush Day Online Quiz

Have a go on our Windrush Day Online Quiz

Have a go on our Windrush Day Online Quiz

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Black British Voices Project launched

Black British Voices Project launched

A national survey has been launched as part of a wider research project investigating the “evolution of Black British identities

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An online discussion on school discipline and exclusions

An online discussion on school discipline and exclusions

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Race Equality in Education has organised an online discussion on school discipline and exclusions, 8 June, 6pm

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Website to find missing black people launched

Website to find missing black people launched

A website has been launched to help find missing black people who are disappearing in disproportionate numbers across England and Wales.

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Investigation into the Windrush Compensation Scheme

Investigation into the Windrush Compensation Scheme

The National Audit Office has found the Windrush Compensation Scheme has not yet met its objective of compensating claimants quickly.

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Fuel poverty to be tackled with fresh funding for homes

Fuel poverty to be tackled with fresh funding for homes

Properties where residents are most at risk of fuel poverty will be given energy efficiency upgrades, following a successful bid for funding by Enfield Council.

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Half of UK tradespeople experience mental health problems due to work

Half of UK tradespeople experience mental health problems due to work

ECA is starting a walking club for anyone interesting in getting fit and support overall well-being.

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ECA starts Walking Club on Tuesday 25th May – its FREE

ECA starts Walking Club on Tuesday 25th May – its FREE

ECA is starting a walking club for anyone interesting in getting fit and support overall well-being.

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Research commissioned into racial inequality in art education

Research commissioned into racial inequality in art education

Freelands Foundation and Runnymede Trust announce a partnership to deliver the first major research commission into access to the visual arts for Black, Asian and ethnically diverse students in the UK.

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ECA participates on webinar on Covid-19 vaccination

ECA participates on webinar on Covid-19 vaccination

Experts and community leaders discussed and answered questions about all aspects of the vaccine programme. ECA Chair Oveta McInnis contributed to Webinar on Vaccination uptake be Caribbean and African communities in Enfield, held on 22nd April.

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Government apologises for pervasive racist treatment of dead black and Asian soldiers

Government apologises for pervasive racist treatment of dead black and Asian soldiers

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has issued an apology. An inquiry found government bodies failed to treat Black and Asian soldiers who died fighting for the British Empire with equal dignity compared to white troops.

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ECA discuss Stop and Search with police monitoring group

ECA discuss Stop and Search with police monitoring group

On 31 March two trustees of ECA, Oveta McInnes and Cedric Levy attended the Enfield Stop and Search Monitoring Group meeting. The group meet every 6 weeks normally at Edmonton Police Station

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Stephen Lawrence Day on 22 April

Stephen Lawrence Day on 22 April

Stephen Lawrence Day was first celebrated in 2019 and takes place annually on 22 April, the date of Stephen’s death.

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ECA opinion on the Race and Ethnic disparities report

ECA opinion on the Race and Ethnic disparities report

Enfield Caribbean Association responds to the Race and Ethnic Disparities report

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ECA meet Police Borough Command Unit (BCU) Enfield and Haringey

ECA meet Police Borough Command Unit (BCU) Enfield and Haringey

ECA had a second meeting with Police Borough Command Unit (BCU) Enfield and Haringey

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Runnymede Trust responds to Sewell Report

Runnymede Trust responds to Sewell Report

Runnymede Trust responds to the Race and Ethnic Disparities Report

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Oxford University launches access programme for students of Caribbean descent

Oxford University launches access programme for students of Caribbean descent

University of Oxford has launched an access programme for Black Caribbean year 12s in state schools.

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Bristol mayor receives racist emails after slave reparations plan passed

Bristol mayor receives racist emails after slave reparations plan passed

Bristol’s black mayor and deputy mayor has received nearly 6,500 racist and abusive emails, since the council approved a plan to acknowledge Bristol’s role in the slave trade.

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United for Black Lives online launch planned 21 March

United for Black Lives online launch planned 21 March

United for Black Lives has organised an online launch event on 21 March, which is also the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

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Enfield Council to host International Women’s Day event – 8 March

Enfield Council to host International Women’s Day event – 8 March

Enfield Council will host and broadcast a special event this year to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) reflecting the national theme #ChooseToChallenge.

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Black history in education discussed in Parliament

Black history in education discussed in Parliament

The government was questioned by two committees on the inclusion of black history and cultural diversity in the UK curriculum.

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Gender pay gap regulation enforcement to start in October

Gender pay gap regulation enforcement to start in October

Due to the continued effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, enforcement action against employers failing to report their gender pay gap will start on 5 October 2021

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Tech coding course for black women launched

Tech coding course for black women launched

Niyo Enterprise and Coding Black Females have partnered together to put on a 6-month Coding Bootcamp programme in the UK for black women over 18, unemployed or employed with a salary of under £25k.

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Black Healthcare Group UK lists questions about vaccines

Black Healthcare Group UK lists questions about vaccines

The Black Health Group was formed to address issues and concerns in relation to Covid-19 vaccination in the black community.

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Online careers event for Black professionals on 26 February

Online careers event for Black professionals on 26 February

A free online event to support black professionals navigate the digital highway will be held on 26 February 2021. The event is organised by the Black Young Professional (BYP) Network.

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Stop the Edmonton incinerator now campaign launched

Stop the Edmonton incinerator now campaign launched

Black Lives Matter Enfield and Extinction Rebellion have launched a campaign to stop the expansion of the Edmonton incinerator.

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Film pays respect to four black women from history

Film pays respect to four black women from history

Four Women Blends Music, Film, and Art to Reveal Impact of Four Black Women Throughout History

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Mental health and wellbeing of young people declines says report

Mental health and wellbeing of young people declines says report

A new report has been published exploring the mental health and wellbeing of young people in Generation Z.

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New report confirms institutional racism in UK universities

New report confirms institutional racism in UK universities

Universities UK (UUK) released a report that concluded that UK universities perpetuate institutional racism.

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Report highlights new normal in job market

Report highlights new normal in job market

A new report has analysed the UK job market to reveal the most in-demand jobs of 2020.

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BBC delivers online learning offer to students

BBC delivers online learning offer to students

BBC to deliver comprehensive online learning to students and pupils during the current lockdown period.

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NHS offers free vitamin D supplements

NHS offers free vitamin D supplements

NHS is offering free vitamin D supplements for the elderly or people at risk of Covid-19.

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Charity publishes Destitution in the UK 2020 report

Charity publishes Destitution in the UK 2020 report

Charity publishes Destitution in the UK 2020 report

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Creative industry to get new home in Enfield

Creative industry to get new home in Enfield

Creative industry to get new home in Enfield

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ECA to hold virtual careers day for school students - Friday 5 March

ECA to hold virtual careers day for school students - Friday 5 March

ECA to hold virtual careers day for school students - Friday 5 March

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Home Office’s hostile environment failed to comply with equality law

Home Office’s hostile environment failed to comply with equality law

Home Office’s hostile environment failed to comply with equality law

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Runnymede to sue government over Covid-19 hiring practices

Runnymede to sue government over Covid-19 hiring practices

Runnymede to sue government over Covid-19 hiring practices

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London mayor launches Action Plan on policing

London mayor launches Action Plan on policing

London mayor launches Action Plan on policing

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Desperately seeking a writer for Windrush book

Desperately seeking a writer for Windrush book

Desperately seeking a writer!

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Equality body to investigate racial inequality of workers

Equality body to investigate racial inequality of workers

Equality body to investigate racial inequality of workers in health and social care

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Marcus Rashford partners Burberry to fund youth centres

Marcus Rashford partners Burberry to fund youth centres

Marcus Rashford partners Burberry to fund youth centres

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ECA hosts The History of Black Activism in the UK discussion

ECA hosts The History of Black Activism in the UK discussion

ECA hosts The History of Black Activism in the UK Black History Month discussion at the Millfield

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Shop Black campaign launched

Shop Black campaign launched

Shopify has partnered with TikTok to showcase Black-owned businesses with the launch of TikTok’s first co-branded Hashtag Challenge Plus #ShopBlack.

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Baroness Lawrence demands COVID action for Black, Asian communities

Baroness Lawrence demands COVID action for Black, Asian communities

Baroness Lawrence has called on the Government to take urgent action to protect Black, Asian and minority ethnic people from a second spike of COVID-19 over winter.

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Few BAMEs in company boards says report

Few BAMEs in company boards says report

The release of the Parker Review earlier this month made for dismal but predictable reading. FTSE 100 Boards are making “slow progress” on increasing ethnic diversity.

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Bonnie Greer and Leroy Logan joins ECA's history of activism BHM event

Bonnie Greer and Leroy Logan joins ECA's history of activism BHM event

Bonnie Greer and Leroy Logan have joined Enfield Caribbean Association's Black History Month event on Saturday 31 October, 5pm. The event will be streamed live on the Millfield 's YouTube Channel.

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Research indicate racial pay gap narrows

Research indicate racial pay gap narrows

New statistics from The Office for National Statistics suggests the gap in average hourly wages earned by white people and non-white groups fell to 2.3% in the UK in 2019.

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Report shows Covid-19 racial inequalities

Report shows Covid-19 racial inequalities

New research by The Runnymede Trust and IPPR has found that Covid is once again operating along racial lines. More crucially, the research points to co-morbidities not explaining disproportionate death rates. Government policy needs to take an urgent change to ensure that further excess deaths do not occur.

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Making History come to Enfield

Making History come to Enfield

Making History is a project funded by the National Lottery designed to encourage young people to express their emotions and experiences relating to COVID-19 and the London lockdown.

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Black Britons on screen

Black Britons on screen

One hundred years of black British stories, histories and representation on film and TV has been launched by the BFI.

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Black working-class youth criminalised and excluded in English school system

Black working-class youth criminalised and excluded in English school system

Black working-class young people in England are being unfairly excluded and criminalised by a “two-tier education system”, says a report by the Institute for Race Relations.

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ECA to hold Black History Month event at Millfield Theatre

ECA to hold Black History Month event at Millfield Theatre

As part of our Black History Month celebration for 2020, Enfield Caribbean Association (ECA) is organising an evening of discussion, on Saturday 31 October at the Millfield. The evening will explore the history of Black Activism in the UK.

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ECA meet Police Borough Commander

ECA meet Police Borough Commander

On Friday 18th September a community meeting was organised by Feryal Clark MP for Enfield North. ECA Chair Oveta McInnis and Vice Chair Paul Riddell met the Borough Commander Treena Fleming, to discuss policing in Enfield borough.

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Volunteers needed!

Volunteers needed!

ECA has an ambitious programme of activities to support our local community. This includes a befriending service, luncheon club and social media sites to promote our services.  However, we need volunteers to help to bring these activities to life. Please contact us if you would like to offer your services. Where appropriate we can offer training.

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COVID-19 restrictions and the effect on human rights

COVID-19 restrictions and the effect on human rights

The government announced a number of measures to combat the sharp rise in coronavirus infection rates. Equality and Human Rights Commission Chief Executive, Rebecca Hilsenrath responds on the human rights implications of restrictions

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New action plan to boost judicial diversity

New action plan to boost judicial diversity

Under-represented groups will be better supported to become judges following the launch of a new action plan to increase diversity on the bench.

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Report reveals media conversations around race

Report reveals media conversations around race

New research commissioned by joint Runnymede shows that the way in which newspapers portray issues surrounding race and racism are more nuanced than you might initially think.

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Runnymede publishes Covid-19 in Black Communities report

Runnymede publishes Covid-19 in Black Communities report

Runnymede publishes Covid-19's Impact on Black Communities report

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Magazine launched for black boys

Magazine launched for black boys

A new children’s magazine for boys has been launched to tackle under-representation of black children in the media.

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ECA re-opens Luncheon Club

ECA re-opens Luncheon Club

The Enfield Caribbean Association is happy to announce that its luncheon club will reopen on Friday 11th September 2020.

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Discrimination in football on the rise

Discrimination in football on the rise

Kick it Out’s latest report shows shocking increases in the levels of race hate and homophobic abuse, around football matches and across social media.

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Thousands to benefit from soups and shakes diet on the NHS

Thousands to benefit from soups and shakes diet on the NHS

Thousands of people will be able to access NHS soup and shake weight-loss plans to tackle type 2 diabetes.

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Online Q&A event about flu jab on 16 September

Online Q&A event about flu jab on 16 September

Don’t miss your chance to put questions to local GPs, Public Health Enfield and the North Central London Clinical Commissioning Group about the flu jab!

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Racism in British TV equals 'lost generation' of black talent

Racism in British TV equals 'lost generation' of black talent

Systemic racism in British television has forced out a generation of black talent who quit because they were being ignored or worn down by their experiences, broadcast industry’s leaders have been told. 

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Online events to boost diversity in tech industry

Online events to boost diversity in tech industry

Agency to host free online roundtables on 10 September to discuss boosting diversity & inclusion within the technology sector. The event will discuss practical ways tech companies can engage minority candidates and commit to anti-racism policies.

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City firms offer black graduates a first step on the ladder

City firms offer black graduates a first step on the ladder

A group of 80 asset management firms, including Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Schroders, have committed to offering at least one paid internship to a Black candidate next summer in a bid to re-address the chronic under-representation of black talent in the City.

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Time for Action

Time for Action

Cries of “Black Lives Matter” and “Enough is Enough” have echoed on the streets of the USA, and here in Britain. Young people of all ethnicities have taken to the streets to protest against the killings and demand an end to institutional racism and discrimination.

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ECA invited to British Museum preview

ECA invited to British Museum preview

The British Museum has invited Enfield Caribbean Association (ECA) members to celebrate the reopening of the Museum on Wednesday 26th August.

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Students say Covid-19 diminished chances of finding work

Students say Covid-19 diminished chances of finding work

Students are worried about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the job market, according to the latest research from the Sutton Trust. The research looks at the immediate effect on young people entering the job market.

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Covid-19 recovery scheme launched for community-led organisations

Covid-19 recovery scheme launched for community-led organisations

A £9.5 million funding scheme to support community-led organisations in England affected by the Covid-19 crisis, has been unveiled.

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ECA launches Summer online school

ECA launches Summer online school

Fifty-six year 10 students from across the borough of Enfield have enrolled and started ECA's Summer Online School. The students will be studying for GCSE Maths, English and Science.

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A moment in History

A moment in History

Black Lives Matter, the removal of the statue of slave trader Edwards Colston in Bristol, the Rhodes Must Go campaign in Oxford has demonstrated the importance that history can play in contemporary society.

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Black students lower exam grades likely says Parliamentary committee

Black students lower exam grades likely says Parliamentary committee

Black parents’ fears of lower than expected exam grades for their children was confirmed by an influential parliamentary committee.

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Picture gallery - Delivering to the community

Picture gallery - Delivering to the community

How ECA responded to the Coronavirus pandemic to support the elders in our community

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New Online Summer School launched

New Online Summer School launched

Help your child succeed. Year 10 Online Summer School. Free English, Maths and Science lessons

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Watchdog to review racial discrimination in policing

Watchdog to review racial discrimination in policing

The police watchdog is launching a review into whether police officers discriminate against Black people . Stop-and-search and the use of force will be among the issues examined by the organisation.

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Magazine launched for black girls

Magazine launched for black girls

Serlina Boyd had an empowering idea to help build her six-year-old daughter’s confidence. This was after she experienced difficulties at school because of the colour of her skin.

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Free Books To Read Until July 12th

Free Books To Read Until July 12th

Cambridge University Press has made a number of books covering racism, injustice and discrimination free to the public to enable people to educate themselves in light of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Report says nurseries may close due to financial difficulties

Report says nurseries may close due to financial difficulties

New Sutton Trust research examines impact of the crisis on early years, finds parents worried about their children’s social and emotional development

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Young, gifted and Black – the need to read our winning writers

Young, gifted and Black – the need to read our winning writers

Afro Reads is a book club for the black community to review and discuss literature from Africa and the diaspora, as well as other contemporary books of interest. The club was launched in 2016 and has since covered 30+ titles. The books range from the classics such as James Baldwin’s Giovanni’s Room to the contemporary, Michelle Obama’s, Becoming, to non-fiction such as Akala’s Native.

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New report published on race and racism in English schools

New report published on race and racism in English schools

Runnymede has published a report, Race and Racism in English Secondary Schools by Dr Remi Joseph-Salisbury of the University of Manchester. The report explores the nature of racism in secondary schools and is organised around four key issues: the teacher workforce; curricula; police; and school policies.

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TOCS announcement after Gov't issues new guidance on shielding

TOCS announcement after Gov't issues new guidance on shielding

The Government guidance for those shielding from the Coronavirus has been updated. From 1st August 2020 the Government has advised that the shielding will be paused. The advice is to adopt strict social distancing rather than full shielding. In addition, many of those shielding will be able to go outside to buy food, attend places of worship and many more activities.

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ECA hold UK’s first online Windrush celebration?

ECA hold UK’s first online Windrush celebration?

Enfield Caribbean Association (ECA) organised a Zoom quiz to remember and honour the Windrush generation. The pioneering group of Caribbean people who came to the UK in 1948, to rebuild the country after the Second World War.

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BBC to spend £100m to boost diversity

BBC to spend £100m to boost diversity

The BBC has ring-fenced £100m over the next three years for “diverse and inclusive content.” The company is setting itself diversity criteria across production teams, talent and content. The Corporation has also set a target of 20% of off-screen talent to come from underrepresented backgrounds.

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Black Lives Matter rally in Pymmes Park, Edmonton

Black Lives Matter rally in Pymmes Park, Edmonton

Members of the Enfield Caribbean Association (ECA) attended an anti-racist protest rally supporting the Black Lives Matter campaign. The protest was held in Pymmes Park in Edmonton. Around 100 people, of all ages and races, came together at incredibly short notice to show their support.

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Enthusiastic teachers needed for Summer school

Enthusiastic teachers needed for Summer school

Enfield Caribbean Association (ECA) have joined together with Street Watch Edmonton to launch a FREE Summer School Catch-Up Programme for Year 10 students who attend school and/or live in the London Borough of Enfield.

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New Employment Training Courses Available

New Employment Training Courses Available

Tottenham Hotspur Foundation, the community charity arm of Tottenham Hotspur FC is delivering Enfield Employment Programme (EEP), in partnership with the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London. The Foundation will facilitate courses specifically designed to support residents during the economic downturn expected from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

The Coronavirus has hit us all unexpectedly and has affected everything that we do. It has caused us to change our everyday habits and has led to isolation particularly for the elderly and vulnerable who may be isolating alone.

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ECA Newsletters

ECA Newsletters

Download a copy of our latest Newsletter.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

The corona virus has hit us all unexpectedly and has affected everything that we do. It has caused us to change our everyday habits and has led to isolation particularly for the elderly and vulnerable. We are working with StreetWatch Edmonton on a joint project called Together Our Community Survives (TOCS) to identify and deliver food to BAME and other ethnic groups. We are only accepting registration for volunteers at the moment. No new elders can be accommodated unless we have more volunteers. To volunteer an hour of your time, please contact Dionne on 07915 919524.