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Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation

“Stephen Lawrence Day was first celebrated in 2019 and takes place annually on 22 April, the date of Stephen’s death. The Day is marked officially in the British calendar as a celebration of Stephen’s life and legacy. The Foundation, was established amid unprecedented growing global awareness of racial inequality, exists to inspire a more equal, inclusive society, and to foster opportunities for marginalised young people in the UK.” To find out more about the Stephen Lawrence Foundation and to donate, head to:


Given the unprecedented scale of forcibly displaced persons, with an estimated 100 million individuals (representing 1% of humanity) and rising due to a toxic mix of conflict, pandemics, food insecurity, poverty, persecution, and climate change, we believe the world can be improved by using responsible technology to empower inclusion of forcibly displaced persons; so no one is left behind in today’s increasingly digital and climate-changed world.

Techfugees orchestrates a global digital lifeguard community that brings together individuals and organisations united by a common goal of promoting inclusion and advocating for the rights of forcibly displaced persons and refugees in the digital society.

We blend responsible technology, skilled volunteerism, and collective action to provide guidance and empower inclusion for displaced persons.

Our grassroots programmes, which are aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, are designed in partnership with displaced persons, with the aim to provide access to trusted information, education, health resources and work/hiring opportunities.

With ‘Stronger, Together’ as our guiding principle, we work collaboratively to identify ways to tap into the untapped talent potential of forcibly displaced persons and promote their integration into new communities.

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“UK Black Pride is Europe’s largest celebration for LGBTQ people of African, Asian, Caribbean, Middle Eastern and Latin American descent. We produce an annual celebration during pride month, as well as a variety of activities throughout the year in and around the UK, which also promote and advocate for the spiritual, emotional, and intellectual health and wellbeing of the communities we represent.

UK Black Pride is a safe space to celebrate diverse sexualities, gender identities, cultures, gender expressions and backgrounds and we foster, represent and celebrate Black LGBTQ and QTIPOC culture through education, the arts, cultural events and advocacy. Importantly, UK Black Pride promotes unity and cooperation among LGBTQ people of diasporic communities in the UK, as well as their friends and families. In the words of Audre Lorde: “There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives. Our struggles are particular, but we are not alone.”

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