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FREE Walk the Talk: What Makes Us British?

Communities Inc (working in partnership with Nottingham Trams) have been given use of the kiosk at the Clifton South tram stop. This is now rebranded ‘Communities Hub’ and we’ll be using it as a meeting point for activities that bring people together. To celebrate St. George’s Day, our March Walk is a gentle walk of […]
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Walk the Talk: How can women tackle hate crime?

Communities Inc (working in partnership with Nottingham Trams) have been given use of the kiosk at the Clifton South tram stop. This is now rebranded ‘Communities Hub’ and we’ll be using it as a meeting point for activities that bring people together. To celebrate International Women’s Day, our March Walk is a gentle walk of […]
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International Women’s Day: Free Queen of Katwe Screening

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we invite you to join us for a free screening of Queen of Katwe. Based on a true story, the film follows the journey of 10-year-old Phiona; from living in the impoverished Katwe, Uganda, to becoming an international chess champion. “Queen of Katwe is a story about hope—and about the courage, determination […]
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Communities Inc. and Collabor-8 October Focus: The Intouchables

Communities Inc and Collabor-8 Collective present October Focus: The Intouchables to celebrate the launch of Hate Crime Awareness Week 2016. The event is an invitation to look at what brings us together rather than at what sets us apart and acknowledge the difference positivity, diversity and acceptance can make in the lives of each one […]
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LGBTQI over 50’s Dialogue

On 21st September from 1pm to 3pm Communities Inc will host a dialogue with older LGBTQI members. We are keen to involve minorities within minorities as part of our Building Stronger Communities Project. This will be the first of a series of events aimed at people who identify as older LGBTQI and is aimed at […]
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