A plege to make Liverpool a mecca for education is official underway AN AMBITIOUS pledge to make education in Liverpool the best in the UK was launched on Friday (Sep 15). The Liverpool Promise brings together schools, students, the Mayor of Liverpool and the city council, cultural o (read more)

We speak to the WOW Festival delegation in a three-part series highlighting powerful black women in business THE VOICE attended the Women Of the World (WOW) Festival at Southbank Centre, and spoke to members of the delegation in a three-part series interviewing six of the world's most (read more)

Acclaimed Hollywood director Ava DuVernay tells The Voice she is happy to be seen as a role model by people inspired by her success Written By:  Leah Sinclair IN AN interview with The Voice, critically acclaimed film (read more)

Dotun Adebayo talks the Nottingham Trent University controversy WE ALL have a lot to be grateful to 18-year-old Rufaro Chisango for. Because this young student did not panic under the pressure of racial abuse but cool, calm and collected, and with a sanguine mind and a level head, sh (read more)

Debbie Ransome runs down the most topical news straight from the Caribbean Written By:  Debbie Ransome EASIER TRAVEL IN CARIBBEAN REGIONS Caricom leaders have signed a new Multilateral Air Services Agreement which wil (read more)

Increasing diversity and inclusivity

17-3-2018 9:00 AM | voice-online | similar news

Helen Grant speaks on the importance of diversity Written By:  Helen Grant MP TOTALLY SHARE the Prime Minister’s commitment to create a country that works for everyone. A crucial component of achieving this is provid (read more)

We speak to social entrepreneur Caroline Odogwu Written By:  Alannah Francis SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR and marketing professional Caroline Odogwu is the co-founder of She Is You, an award-winning social enterprise that aims (read more)

Migrant's death sparks Madrid protests

16-3-2018 9:00 PM | voice-online | similar news

The death of Senegalese migrant Mame Mbaye Ndiaye ignited protests across Madrid THE DEATH of a Senegalese man in Madrid has sparked protests across the city, as migrants clashed with Spanish police. Reports say that the man - Mame Mbaye Ndiaye, said to be in his mid-30s - was found (read more)

According to reports, three people a week were killed by police in Jamaica last year AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL and relatives of people killed by police in Jamaica have delivered a 64,000-name petition to the office of Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness in Kingston yesterday (Mar 15), (read more)


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