Denise Forde RIP 1960 - 2013

In memory of Denise Forde 1960 - 2014

It is with deep sadness that we share the news of Denise Forde, who passed away on February 27, 2014, surrounded by her loving friends and family.

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The Afiya Trust appoints Marcel Vige as new interim CEO

Latest: The Afiya Trust appoints Marcel Vige as new interim CEO

The Afiya Trust is pleased to announce that Marcel Vige has taken the reigns as the organisation’s new interim Chief Executive Officer.

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Training: An Introduction to Mental health

An introduction to mental health

Are you confident that you or your staff have an understanding of the challenging mental health conditions that may affect Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Communities?

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London is rated poorly in care for patients at the end of their lives

BME engagement and the voices survey

The quality of care, dignity and respect shown to patients in the last three months of their lives shows a wide variation throughout England.

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Engage toolkit for BME family carers

Engage toolkit for BME family carers

The Children's Society in collaboration with The Afiya Trust have develped the web-based Engage toolkit, a resource to address the barriers BME family carers face when accessing services.

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Denise Forde RIP 1960 - 2014

The Afiya Trust is sad to share that on February 27, 2014 Denise Forde passed away surrounded by her loving family and friends.

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The Afiya Trust appoints Marcel Vige as interim CEO

The Afiya Trust is pleased to announce that Marcel Vige has taken the reigns as the organisation’s new interim Chief Executive Officer.

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Conference to address community empowerment

Progressing Together is a national conference to be held in Edinburgh exploring community empowerment and involvement in the mainstreaming of race equality across the public sector.

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The Afiya Trust is a national charity that works to reduce inequalities in health and social care provision for people from racialised communities. Find out about the local and national networks we support. We liaise and work with central government departments and policymakers to ensure the BME perspective isn’t lost. Visit Our Work, Policy and Campaigns sections to find out more.

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