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We create friendly, safe spaces for dialogue around cultural matters that allow people to come together to share, listen, learn and ask questions.

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Upcoming Events

Our events provide platforms to the unheard and misrepresented voices of marginalised groups, to share lived experiences, increase awareness and connect communities. Through working closely with Bristol's diverse communities, we're able to host a range of events representing multiple cultural experiences and a variety of important societal issues.

Understanding ADHD in Diverse Communities

July 20th 12 - 4pm        The Pickle Factory, Easton, Bristol 

After the huge success of our 'Let's Talks About ADHD' event in December 2023 join us for the next much needed event  ' Understanding ADHD in Diverse Communities.



What to Expect: A very interactive ADHD friendly safe space. Resources, links, info, with just enough laugh and a tonne of empathy. 

Speakers: Learn from lived experiences, voices in ADHD research and support.

Interactive Discussions: Engage in meaningful conversations and share experiences.

Practical Strategies: Discover strengths, tools and techniques for better understanding and support.

Topics include :

Being Black / POC and ADHD


Criminal Justice System


Strategies for the struggles

Harnessing the strengths

Spoken word

Dance performances

Grounding and breath work


Let's Talk About ADHD


Dive into the world of ADHD with us on Saturday, 2nd December, from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the Malcolm X Community Centre.


This casual yet informative gathering is designed for everyone - whether you have ADHD, know someone who does, or are just curious to learn more. Our expert speakers will share insights and personal stories, shedding light on both the challenges and strengths associated with ADHD. The event will feature an interactive panel discussion, spoken word performances, stand-up comedy, and an art exhibition.


We'll also provide information on support resources, diagnosis paths, and strategies for managing ADHD. This is a unique opportunity to connect with a supportive community, learn practical strategies, and embrace the diverse world of ADHD. Everyone is welcome, and we encourage educators, care workers, social workers, employers, and anyone interested in understanding ADHD to join us.

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Previous Events

Disabled Allyship in the LGBTQ+ World

An insightful panel discussion delved into the intersectionality between disability and the LGBTQ+ community. Participants engaged in a lively dialogue, sharing their personal experiences and discussing ways to foster inclusivity. The event, part of Bristol PRIDE, also marked the launch of our Disabled Allyship programme.

Being LGBTQ+ Across Communities 

An interactive panel offering a chance to listen and discuss LGBTQ+ related issues in "cross culture communities". To understand how stigmatism and stereotypes harm members from a variety of backgrounds.

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Muslim Women Talking

An interactive webinar presenting an inspirational panel of speakers from diverse backgrounds. A chance to hear stories and ask questions about Ramadan, clothing and Muslim women's experiences in society. 

Refugee Women Talking 

A panel event offering the opportunity to hear stories of 5 inspirational women from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds. A chance to hear their stories of heartbreak, survival and their hopes for the future.

Eid For Everyone

An interactive webinar giving the opportunity for Muslim communities to celebrate and share the joys of EID with our attendees in lockdown. A chance to experience, ask questions and learn about this unique celebration.

How To Be An Ally

An interactive webinar featuring All Black Lives Bristol, the organisers of the Bristol BLM demo that went down in history. A unique chance to hear the origins and experiences of this inspirational collective. To ask questions and learn how to be an ally to Black communities. 

Black Men & Women Talking

A rich mix of panellists from varied perspectives and careers express and discuss experiences of growing up in the UK and being a Black in the workplace. We invite therapists and NHS specialists to talk about the effects on mental health and where to get support.

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