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DIASPORA ARTS & EDUCATION CHARITY

Working Towards a Brighter Future

DIASPORA ARTS & EDUCATION CHARITY AT A GLANCE

Our organisation comprises a plethora of disciplines,  fine artists, writers, Lawyers, creative educators in motivational forms, therapists, documentarians, and heritage and cultural preservation. We focus on neighborhood improvement and collaborative working across fields. We also have many vocational training initiatives available to volunteers and partners. 

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WHAT WE DO

Making A Difference

Arts Against Racism (2019 - 2020)

Our work has been used to enable social harmony since the launch of our project during refugee week in November 2019 and from the onset has gained recognition, in an international arena. Our project Arts Against Racism was tweeted internationally by popular celebrities artists such as IceT, Ice Cube, Jahari Evans, various charities, literary and journalistic writers were inspired to write pieces. We have been featured doing our work on international news networks such as the BBC, Ztv, B4U and Geo. Our work has been favourably received regionally in our current location in East Anglia, UK.

We are interested in the holistic approach to community development. Some of the issues can be better resolved when all people are a core centre of the project creation and delivery. We established our projects and worked with many people who identify as vulnerable or in need to better their perceptions and work through any personal cognitive or developmental issues with the help of our clients and staff. We work fluidly with people from many organisations, have the safeguarding, resourcefulness and know-how to deliver well. Our current project has been expanded into two areas and we hope to take our team members to work collaboratively with others internationally to make communities better together.

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Area transformation

Currently, we are managing three projects two in mural arts and one in design and print. We are creating painted and multimedia productions. We are also

planning public services.

Where a multicultural approach to giving credence to works inspired from all sources is made possible, it is evident that the mix of ideas can work to create inspiration and a sense of belonging and achievement for communities.

The charity has qualified artists, educators and therapists as well as community partnerships which ensure the quality of work is to a high standard. We regularly are working collaboratively with local artists and are developing avenues for professional services to be rendered through multidisciplinary working methodologies. Such as fine arts film and music or murals environmental improvement and reviving lost public green spaces in our local community.  

Our work has been used to enable social harmony since the launch of our project during refugee week in November 2019 and from the onset has gained recognition, in an international arena. Our project Arts Against Racism was tweeted internationally by popular celebrities artists such as IceT, Ice Cube, Jahtari Evans and various charities and literary and journalistic writers were inspired to write pieces. We have been featured doing our work on international news networks such as the BBC, Ztv, B4U and Geo. Our work has been favourably received regionally in our current location in East Anglia, UK.

 
Art Class

"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"

William James

Upcoming Events

  • Youth Arts with the Ortons 2020-21
    Fri, 18 Dec
    Zoom meeting
    18 Dec 2020, 19:00 – 20:00 GMT
    Zoom meeting
    We are currently working with the Orton area in Peterborough, UK - working on area transformation, engaging all people through art.
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  • Youth Arts Project with Community First
    Fri, 06 Nov
    Gloadstone Park Community Centre
    06 Nov 2020, 17:30 – 19 Dec 2020, 19:30
    Gloadstone Park Community Centre, Peterborough, UK
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CONTACT DIASPORA ARTS & EDUCATION CHARITY

PO Box 1472, Peterborough PE2 2WU

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