There are a number of events related to mental health that are happening every week in London. Improve your knowledge and skills by taking part in an event that works with your schedule! Not all of them are events we have organised but we will aim to post opportunities that are relevant to our work and draw on the wider assets around mental health that exist in the greater London area.
Additionally, the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton has a rich mix of activities and events. You can click here to visit their events page!
A safe environment to share information and support ourselvesRead more
Girls Friendly Society offer weekly sessions providing a space for girls and young women to meet new friends in a relaxed, girls-only environment.Read more
Basic computer skills class for adults of all ages.Read more
Join BLAM for an evening of interactive discussions, free pizza and community engagement! In addition to our panellists expressing their interesting insights into the dynamism of Blackness and its salient influence on British culture, we will be exploring how the various cultures of the African diaspora have shaped the collective Black British identity.Read more
The Black People Giving Black Business Banquet will be an exhibition like no other. Designed to serve those of us who are tired of their pursuing somebody else’s dream and are ready to take back their life by entering the exciting world of entrepreneurship in 2019.Read more
The next Black History tour of the British Museum by Black History Studies will be held on Sunday 14th April 2019. During this tour, they will take you around the Museum, sharing our detailed knowledge about the artefacts on display.
Recent media articles have complained of London being 'sold off to foreigners' It is certainly true that parts of London have drastically changed in appearance in recent years but what impact has there been on the African-Caribbean community?Read more
Join Pages of Hackney as they welcome Jeffrey Boakye to read from and discuss BLACK, LISTED, his new book celebrating the words and phrases that by choice or by circumstance define the Black British experience.Read more