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Andy Gregg to retire as CEO of ROTA in August

After seven years as head of ROTA Andy Gregg has announced that he will be retiring at the end of August. Ali Ahmed, ROTA’s Chair during this period said “Regrettably I am sorry to announce Andy’s departure from ROTA. Andy continued to build our work on put race equality at the centre of the policy agenda, he helped expand our partnerships and collaboration with front line BAMER communities. Since taking office as a ROTA CEO in 2010, Andy developed the organisation and commitment to challenging all forms of racism. We will miss him and wish him all the best.”

ROTA’s Board of...Read more

CRÈME Media training workshop - Raising the local profile of your organisation

In the post-COVID world, businesses have closed, people have lost their jobs, and charities are struggling to survive. Will these smaller charities survive the lockdown, and will they still be solvent when the lockdown finally ends?

At this critical time, it is vital for organisations to raise their profile and create fresh income streams. This media training workshop will focus on how to raise the visibility of your organisation – even if you are not currently doing much in the way of service delivery!

So how do you raise your visibility? In two ways – on-line and I.R.L. (...Read more

CORE statement: Trevor Phillips’ involvement in the review to examine the disproportionate number of COVID-19 deaths within BAME communities

13 CORE members, and 4 non-CORE organisations wrote a statement that was sent to Public Health England, regarding Trevor Phillips’ prominent involvement, in the review examining the disproportionate number of BAME deaths resulting from COVID-19.

Read the statement HERE .

Read the reply received from Public Health England...Read more