Posted on April 24th, 2014 No comments
April in colour…
1st: Baroness #DoreenLawrence joins #AnnieLennox & #EmmaThompson in the Marks and Spencer ‘Leading Ladies’ campaign.
9th: Baroness Lawrence is named ‘Most Powerful Woman in Britain’ on BBC Radio 4 Game changers Powerlist.
12th: Nicola Adams MBE Olympic champion claimed another gold medal in the final of the Feliks Stamm tournament in Warsaw, Poland.
20th: Diane Louise Jordan showcases 7 inspirational composers of sacred music as part of ‘The Heart of Worship’ segment of her show, The Sunday Hour on BBC Radio 2
22nd: The world marks the 21st memorial since the murder of Stephen Lawrence, celebrating the achievements of his mother, Baroness Lawrence and those who have helped The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust in ‘Transforming lives of young disadvantaged people and making a real social change.
23rd: Lupita Nyong’o is named People Magazine’s ‘Most Beautiful Woman’ in the world.
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Posted on April 19th, 2014 No comments
Book of Ezra: Cyrus, King of Persia project manages the rebuilding of the house of God.
Stage 1: Share the vision (1:2-4)
Stage 2: Find people who God has given passion to about the vision (1:5)
Stage 3: Those invested in the vision will provide the financial resources (1:6-11)
Stage 4: Count up your human resources (2:2-65)
Stage 5: Count up the labour assistance the human resources come with (2:66-67)
Stage 6: Find investors (2:68-69)
Stage 7: Appoint Department heads (2:70)
Stage 8: Prepare everyone for the project (3:1-7)
Stage 9: Set a time to start the project (3:8-9)
Stage 10: Appoint those who will keep the morale up, even though doubters (and mourners) may arise (3:10-13)
Posted on October 25th, 2013 No comments
As Part of the Twinning agreement between the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) and the British Musicians Union (BMU), The President of the Musicians Union of Ghana has led a delegation of MUSIGA Executives to the United Kingdom on a 10 day working visit.
Already the team has held meetings with the General Secretary of BMU and President of the International Federation of Musicians (FIM) John Smith and the past Chairman of the BMU Executive Council Danny Langstaff where a wide range of issues including membership development, Collective bargaining, industry rate standardisation, Collective management, UK musicians participation Ghana Music week 2014, among others were discussed.
The delegation has also held meetings with the coordinator of British Underground, a British Arts Council funded institution to grow and promote British Musicians around the world. British underground will be sending a group to participate in Ghana Music Week 2014 and a Ghanaian underground group will also be invited to take part in the British underground festival in 2014 . There is also a prospect to have collaboration between Ghanaian musicians and UK musicians under the relationship that is being established for the promotion of musical cultures of the two countries over a 3 year period.
The team has visited the MU East and South Regional Office where they were taken through the entire operational processes of that office and how aspects of them can be adopted to improve service delivery to Ghana and members of MUSIGA.
The delegation will visit and hold meetings with PPL, PRS & Music Publishers Association of the UK. Furthermore, the delegation will travel to Cardiff to participate in the ongoing WOMEX 13 Festival. At WOMEX, the team will join 2 other members of Musiga, Appiah Dankwa (Appietus) and Paa Kwesi Holdbrook (Paa K) who were selected by Musiga to receive sponsorship from the British Council to participate in the Festival.
The delegation includes: the General Secretary – Mrs. Deborah Nyameye Anaman and The Director of Special Projects – Rev. Fiifi Khan Agyarkwah.Ghana Music, Music News, Promotions Accra, Africa, Africa Culture, african music, Afrobeat, Afrobeats, Appietus, British Arts Council, British Council, British Musicians Union, British Underground, Director of Special Projects, FIM, General Secretary, Ghana, Ghana Music, Ghana Music Week, International Federation of Musicians, Music Publishers Association of the UK, Musicians Union, Musicians Union of Ghana, Musiga, Obour, Paa K, PPL, PRS, UK, WOMEX, Young Ghanaian Musician
Posted on July 24th, 2013 No comments
As the school holiday looms, parents of post-16 students hope their children will find a weekend job so they keep busy during the extended holidays. We do not need to go into the unemployment figures to show how disappointed both the parents and the young adults will be when they have to stay at home.
Exousia Consulting, Ideas Genius, Inspirational YOUth, YouthFull and Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust have partnered with support form the Big Lottery Fund to deliver a FREE 2 Day workshop on How To Make The Best Decisions. This will run over 6 sessions and the areas covered include Critical Thinking, Goal Setting, Diplomacy, Self Efficacy and What to do when things go wrong.
The skills delivered in these sessions are done in such a way that the young people will be able to apply them to all aspects of living and growing up, enhance their employability and encourage their get-up-and-go during their home and studying life.
There are very limited spaces for this course and it is on a first come basis so pass this information on to all young people whom you know. To register, email name of young person, age and contact details to email@example.com.Events 16yrs, 17yrs, 18yrs, 19yrs, Be Inspired Generation, Big Lottery Fund, Building, Business, Carers, CPD, Critical Thinking, Decisions, Diplomacy, Economy, education, Empower, Enterprise, Entreprenuer, Exousia Consulting, Goal Setting, Ideas Genius, InspirationalYOUth, Inspire, Leadership skills, Mentors, Parents, Planning, Principles, school leavers, Self Efficacy, Skills, Teachers, UK, Workshop, Youth, YouthFull and Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust
Posted on April 23rd, 2013 No comments
2013 marks a special year us as our CEO and Events Manager celebrates her 30th decade. It also is a special year for Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust as they mark the 20th anniversary of the loss of Stephen Lawrence in 1993. To have Ruth work as the Events Manager of the 20th Memorial Service which took place at St Martin-in-the Field in London (Trafalgar Square) was a huge honour.
The guest list was heavy and so was the security, but as an excelling individual, it was executed WEL with good corporation from all involved.
The guest list (and attendees) included but not limited to The Prime Minister Rt Hon David Cameron, Deputy Prime Minister Rt Hon Nick Clegg, Home Secretary Rt Hon Theresa May, Leader of the Labour Party Rt Hon Ed Miliband, The Mayor of London Boris Johnson, Imran Khan, Michael Mansfield, Dr Elizabeth Henry, Beverley Knight, Hugh Quarshie, Emeli Sande, Omid Djalili, Jahmene Douglas, Misha B, Sol Campbell, Jermain Defoe and lots more friends and supporters of the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.Basic Info #RememberStephen, Beverley Knight, Deputy Prime Minister Rt Hon Nick Clegg, Dr Elizabeth Henry, Emeli Sande, Home Secretary Rt Hon Theresa May, Hugh Quarshie, Imran Khan, Jahmene Douglas, Jermain Defoe, Leader of the Labour Party Rt Hon Ed Miliband, Michael Mansfield, Misha B, Omid Djalili, Sol Campbell, Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, The Mayor of London Boris Johnson, The Prime Minister Rt Hon David Cameron