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The leading niche social networking site from the National Black Women's Network

It’s all about who you know and no other social networking site offers you the latest news on where to go, business, health & nutrition, fashion, music, films, mind body & soul, property, finance, science & technology matters to name a few, right at your fingertips!

SistaTalk gives you access to Britain’s most talked about professionals and entrepreneurs who are at the cutting edge of industry. It’s never been easier to connect and keep ahead of the game!

Sista Talk will help you build a personal network that connects you to other esteemed and acclaimed professionals and entrepreneurs online.

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The National Black Women's Network

The NBWN is a non-profit organisation dedicated to raising the status and position of black women in all walks of life.

We provide dynamic initiatives, enabling women from diverse backgrounds and occupations to develop strong professional and social contacts; high quality training and education programmes; leadership and national recognition.

We work to ensure that the contributions and influence of black women are recognised as vital forces within the public and private sector, business, corporate, arts, media and entertainment fields.

Find out more about the National Black Women's Network by visiting the website www.nbwn.org and if you like what you see, please register to become a member.

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Sonia Brown

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If you know a little of yourself, you will have realised that you are more than meets your eyes in the mirror in the morning. What you see is not what you are. You see the form not the content, the body not the soul, the matter not the mind. In quiet and profound moments, we innately know that is true. But we forget. The world tells us and wants us to believe that we are what we see - and we take the easy way out. We believe.

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British Council: Applications for Future Leaders Connect Program

British Council is currently accepting applications for its Future Leaders Connect Program with an aim to provide future leaders with skills and international networks which will improve their ability to make or influence policy changes, leading to long term impact on the social and economic development in their countries and beyond.

The project is being undertaken to support the development of future policy makers in key countries, aiming to help them become exceptional leaders. The Programme is run by the British Council, 10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN, United Kingdom.

As a part of the programme, those who are selected will be required to travel to the UK from 21 October – 1 November.

Benefits
The costs of travel, accommodation and meals are covered by the British Council and the programme is fully accessible. For those who do not gain one of the exclusive places on the programme (which takes place from 21 October to 1 Novermber in the UK), applicant will be invited to be part of the Future Leaders Connect Community where applicant can access a range of free online professional development policy and leadership resources.

Eligibility Criteria
The programme is open to individuals of the participating countries who meet all the criteria listed below.
The participating countries are; Canada, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, Tunisia, UK, USA.
To meet the Eligibility Criteria, listed below, participants must;
Be aged between 18 and 35 years old on the 06 May 2019.
Be able to speak English at IELTS level 7 or equivalent (please note, they do not require the IELTS qualification).
Hold a passport valid for at least 6 months from October 2019.

How to Apply

https://www.britishcouncil.org/future-leaders-connect

Applications close on Monday 6 May 2019, 23.59 UK time.

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ACE! - The Arts and Culture Expo! at Hinton House, 1-5 Hinton Road, Brixton, London

April 20, 2019 from 4pm to 7:30pm
The Community Ministry Of Arts And Culture Presents: ACE – The Arts And Culture ExpoLet’s Ascend TogetherSaturday 20th April 2019 4 Pm – 7.30 PmVenue: Hinton House, Hinton Road, Brixton, London SE24 0HJREGISTRATION (£1 – £5 Adult Donations) – Free For Under 18sYou Are Invited To An Edifying Arts And Culture Expo With Interactive Workshops And An Exemplary Showcasing Of Talent! Aimed At Young People And The Whole Family. Unity Is Our Theme! With Workshops And Sessions Based Around Theatre,…See More
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The Black Child Agenda Conference at The Harrow Club

April 13, 2019 all day
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WHY? 4 drama sketches from ACLC Adult Drama group ranging from Social Media to Knife Crime at West Indian Cultural Centre

May 5, 2019 from 4pm to 5:30pm
ACLC ADULT DRAMA GROUP PRESENTS4 DRAMA SKETCHES LINKED TO Q & A FROM THE AUDIENCEON THE 5TH MAY 2019 AT THE WEST INDIAN CULTURAL CENTRE 9 CLARENDON ROAD LONDON N8 0DJFROM 4PM TO 5.15PM PLEASE ARRIVE BY 3.50 THE EVENT FREE DONATIONS ARE ACCEPTED  TEL LORNA ON 07504 200433 OR email lorna.blackman61@gmail.com to book your seat as seating is limitedSee More
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CHILDREN REGGAE MUSICAL - S.T.A.Y. ARE HOLDING INTERVIEWS FOR CHILDREN TO TRAIN IN ACTING "THE DIARY OF THE ADHD CHILD" at London

April 12, 2019 at 6:15pm to September 6, 2019 at 7pm
Our children and young people group The Stylisters Children and Youth Voluntary Performing Arts Group open their doors again on the 12th April 2019 at Dukes Aldridge Academy School London N17 )PJ  at 6.15 Every Friday training children and young people in L.A.M.D.A. Communication and Performance exams.  We also deliver acting classes for performance.07504 200433Telephone Lorna on ALL CHILDREN WILL PERFORM AT THE MILLFIELD THEATRE CHILDREN REGGAE MUSIC THE DIARY OF THE ADHD CHILDSee More
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