This session will focus on Hub Cymru Africa’s Anti-Racism Charter, specifically, how can we meet Charter Point 3:
“We will work in a manner which recognises and prioritises in-country expertise and knowledge which leads our work, supporting this with an equitable pay structure.”
This session will feature guest speaker Sophie Kange, Executive Director of Development Network of Indigenous Voluntary Associations (DENIVA).DENIVA is an NGO based in Uganda that provides a platform for collective reflection, action and voice to voluntary local associations to advocate for people-centred, accountable and sustainable development in Uganda. Sophie also serves as Vice Chairperson on the board of the Uganda National Commission for UNESCO and co-chairs the Legitimacy, Transparency and Accountability working group at CIVICUS World Alliance/AGNA. Sophie is passionate about empowering communities to generate their own solutions for transformation through innovation, partnerships and or collaborations.
For those of you who haven’t attended a meeting before, please see a summary below.
What is the Anti-Racism Community of Practice?
This open and friendly group meets to discuss and reflect on the impact of racism in the global solidarity sector and to support each other in recognising and challenging racism in our work. Each session reflects on a charter point from Hub Cymru Africa’s Anti-Racism Charter: https://hubcymruafrica.wales/anti-racism-charter/