National Diversity Awards Blog
Liverpool based ADHD Foundation celebrates double award success
ADHD Foundation is celebrating double awards success after winning the Community Organisation Award for Disability at the National Diversity Awards and being

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Hackney Wick FC’s Bobby Kasanga recognised as a positive role model at the National Diversity Awards
Hackney Wick FC’s Bobby Kasanga has been recognised for being a positive role model through his work to deter young

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‘What A Night -The National Diversity Awards.’
What A Night -The National Diversity Awards. September 17, 2018 – Sophe Ward What can I say, I was looking forward

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Warwick Davis wins Celebrity of the Year at the 2018 National Diversity Awards
Warwick Davis was clearly thrilled to receive a 2018 National Diversity Award tonight for his work on behalf of Little

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England versus Switzerland to be shown in black and white to mark Kick It Out anniversary
England’s match with Switzerland will be broadcast in black and white to mark the 25th anniversary of football’s anti-racism campaign

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Tottington-based campaign group Fightback4Justice shortlisted for National Diversity Award
Whittington-based campaign group Fightback4Justice shortlisted for a  National Diversity Award. Fightback4Justice, which is based in Bury Road, will go up

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River Island hires child models with disabilities for their new campaign
Fashion is finally embracing diversity. Or at least, heading towards it. Diversity campaigns often feature adults of different shapes and

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Thandie Newton
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR – John Bishop is a comedian, presenter and actor, who is also known for

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Lee Ridley AKA Lost Voice Guy
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR – Lee Ridley is a comedian and writer from Newcastle upon Tyne. He has

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Clare Balding OBE
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR – Winner of the BAFTA Special Award and RTS Presenter of the Year Award

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Sir Lenny Henry CBE
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR – Lenny Henry is renowned as a comedian, actor, writer and producer across TV,

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Fearne Cotton
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR – Fearne Cotton is a television and radio presenter, and is currently back in

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Warwick Davis
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR – Warwick Davis is an actor, television presenter, writer, director and producer. He played

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June Sarpong MBE
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR – June has enjoyed a 20-year career which has seen her become one of

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Sir Trevor McDonald OBE
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR – Sir Trevor McDonald OBE was born and educated in Trinidad in the West

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Anna Friel
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR – Anna Friel is an actress appearing in a number of television programmes since

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John Bishop
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR – John Bishop is a comedian, presenter and actor, who is also known for

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Liverpool announced as host city for the Gay Times Honours 2018
“We are proud to announce that the Gay Times Honours 2018 will take place in Liverpool this autumn.” The annual

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Aba Graham
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  POSITIVE ROLE MODEL AWARD FOR RACE, RELIGION & FAITH – Over the past 20 plus years Aba Graham

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Mothiur Rahman
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  POSITIVE ROLE MODEL AWARD FOR RACE, RELIGION & FAITH – Mothiur Rahman is a visible community activist in

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Billy Yu-Lok Ng
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  POSITIVE ROLE MODEL AWARD FOR RACE, RELIGION & FAITH – Billy Yu-Lok Ng is a Solicitor in central

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Robert Kasanga
SHORTLISTED NOMINEE:  POSITIVE ROLE MODEL AWARD FOR RACE, RELIGION & FAITH – Robert Kasanga founded Hackney Wick Football Club in

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