Voluntary sector consultant for Hire?

Noticeboard- Bulletin of Kente – December 1999 The role of black consultants in the black voluntary sector. “We were set up to fail” is a constant complaint that one hears at conferences, seminars and discussions organised by the black voluntary sector. The hopelessness inherent in this kind of talk makes one wonder whether we need […]

Money’s too tight to mention

Business & Finance West Africa 15th – 21st May 2000 Money’s too tight to mention Ade Sawyerr begins a two-part series looking at the funding barriers facing African community organisations AFRICAN community organisations are relative newcomers to Britain, purely as a result of immigration patterns. Although primary immigration was supposed to have ended in the […]

Voluntary sector consultant for Hire?

Noticeboard- Bulletin of Kente – December 1999 The role of black consultants in the black voluntary sector. “We were set up to fail” is a constant complaint that one hears at conferences, seminars and discussions organised by the black voluntary sector. The hopelessness inherent in this kind of talk makes one wonder whether we need […]