Britain is where i have lived and worked for the past 40 years.  i have tried to observe that communities that I have lived in and sought to be acclimatised to the weather.  i have not been very successful in the latter but I have been sufficiently interested to want to comment on the politics and economics and social issues in the country.  i have been more fortunate than most because I work with black and minority ethnic communities as they seek the methodology for integrating in what in the past was an alienating community.  we have come a long way and Britain will become inclusive with the fast changing population dynamics


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By |2020-03-26T02:01:34+00:00November 20th, 2019|Africa, Britain, enterprise strategies, Politics, Society|0 Comments

Why I have now joined the Labour Party

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2011, Year for People of African Descent

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By |2019-11-01T23:46:24+00:00December 7th, 2017|Britain, Politics, Race Equality and Diversity|0 Comments

Race Equality and the Black Experience in 2017 – the current debate

Was at the House of Commons yesterday to take part in this debate.  this is my presentation. Inequality remains a problem in the United Kingdom, especially for black people. There is a still a penalty for being black, there is a penalty in stop and search, in health, in education, [...]

Complete and utter May-hem!

Ekow Nelson Theresa May’s reputation is as damaged as Jeremy’s Corbyn’s has been enhanced after the recent elections in the UK. The Prime Minister asked the electorate for a mandate to strengthen her hand in the upcoming Brexit negotiations with the European Union; they denied her that and as a [...]

By |2020-03-13T15:20:46+00:00June 10th, 2017|Britain, Politics|0 Comments

An election to end all elections? – Ade Sawyerr Home › News › An election to end all elections? An election to end all elections? Submitted 6 Jun 2017 10:21am in News No, there are not too many elections. Elections are about the people exercise their right in a democracy and we must all endeavour to go out [...]

By |2019-10-26T02:48:12+01:00June 6th, 2017|Black Matters, Britain, Politics, Society|0 Comments

The changing needs of the community and voluntary sector – Lambeth — Equinox Consulting

The changing needs of the community and voluntary sector – Lambeth Cuts to public sector funding have impacted on the Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) at national, regional and local levels. This has exacerbated some of the difficulties that voluntary and community organisations have faced over the last two decades [...]

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