About this theme
This theme covers topics relating to the realisation of a more equitable, diverse and inclusive society for people from minoritised racial groups. It is an area of enduring interest that runs throughout our grantmaking. Fellows’ stories
Fellows' updates January 2023 Fellow's update: Shane Ryan
Charity advisor Shane Ryan (CF 2018) was awarded an MBE in the 2023 New Year Honours List for services to disadvantaged young people and to charity.
By Shane Ryan, 2023
Fellows' updates December 2022 Fellow's update: Tony Thompson
Documentary maker Tony Thompson (CF 2012) has created an exhibition called Turning Point, a series of four short films inspired by oral histories about the Black Caribbean experience after the First World War.
By Tony Thompson, 2023
Fellows' updates May 2022 Fellows' update: Anita Shervington
Strategist Anita Shervington (CF 2015) has organised a free workshop with Sally Purdie (CF 2020) this month. The aim of the workshop was to demonstrate how storytelling can better engage the public with the social impact side of engineering.
By Anita Shervington, 2022
Fellows' updates March 2022 Fellows' update: Arfah Farooq
Community manager Arfah Farooq (CF 2017) was named on the 2021 Women in Software Power List this month. The award is in recognition of her work with the organisation she founded, Muslamic Makers, which is a community for Muslims in the tech sector.
By Arfah Farooq, 2022
Fellows' updates November 2021 Fellows' update: Patrick Vernon
Equality campaigner Patrick Vernon (CF 2018) has written an essay within a pamphlet on health inequalities for the Fabian Society this month. The pamphlet, entitled Prescription for Fairness, explores ways of remedying health inequalities in a post-Covid-19 era.
By Patrick Vernon, 2021
Fellows' updates October 2021 Fellows' update: Mohammed Dhalech
Support manager Mohammed Dhalech (CF 2019) was shortlisted for Outdoor Personality of the Year in The Great Outdoor Reader Awards this month. The nomination was in recognition for his work championing diversity and inclusion in the outdoors.
By Mohammed Dhalech, 2021
Fellows' updates October 2021 Fellows' update: Yvonne Field
Social enterprise founder Yvonne Field (CF 2012) was named a Pandemic Pioneer by Charity Times on 18 October. The award was in recognition of Yvonne’s work to ensure the voices of minoritised racial groups are heard during the pandemic through her social enterprise Ubele.
By Yvonne Field, 2021