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The Heritage Lottery Fund will be holding a free workshop for BME-led organisations on Tuesday 25 February from 10am to 1pm, including lunch, in Derby.
Organised by Communities UK and taking place on Tuesday 15 April from 9am to 3.35pm at Manchester Conference Centre, Changing Minds is a conference to raise awareness of mental health issues in BME communities.
The Home Office has been awarded €300,000 as part of the EU progress fund to tackle and raise awareness of female genital mutilation within affected communities.
The call for the fifth round of the Seed Funding for Africa-Europe Youth Cooperation has been launched.
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