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Eight points for funding bodies to consider

Hosted by the Runnymede Trust, the Shared Futures conference took place virtually over two days in April 2021.

The aim of the conference was to bring together representatives from Black-led charity organisations and funding bodies, to have an open discussion about the future of the funded sector.

The event was sponsored by The National Lottery Community Fund and The CREME project, and charities who attended and contributed included the Ubele Initiative, Race on The Agenda (ROTA), the Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG), and Voice 4 Change England.

As well as keynote speeches and panel discussions there was also opportunities for speed networking and more intimate round table discussions.

BTEG's Deputy Director Tebussum Rashid led one such roundtable in which she shares eight points she would like funding bodies to consider. For those who were not able to attend, this is a video of what she said:


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