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Hub Cymru Africa announces diaspora-led Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel as its new host

2nd April, 2024|Press Releases|

Ten years after the founding of Hub Cymru Africa partnership, the Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel will take over as the new host-partner, replacing the Welsh Centre for International Affairs. Following 10 years as hosts of the Hub Cymru Africa Partnership, […]

Wales and Africa Community celebrate three years of global solidarity

22nd March, 2024|Press Releases, News|

Charities, groups and individuals representing the global solidarity sector in Wales gathered in the Senedd to mark the end of Hub Cymru Africa’s three year programme of work supporting the Wales and Africa community. At a packed and colourful event […]

BAFTs and the Anti-Racism Charter: A Case Study

14th March, 2024|Featured, News|

Interview with Lenshina Hines, Chair BAFTs fair trade Network UK Lenshina Hines is a partner at Fair and Fabulous, a fair trade shop in Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire, as well as the secretary of the local fair trade Town group, […]

Harry’s Story

29th February, 2024|Volunteering|

“Volunteering has changed my outlook on life, and it has pushed me to get out of my comfort zone and to be honest I wouldn’t have it any other way now.” Harry’s passion for volunteering was sparked by time […]

Tackling gender roles one story at a time: The 22 year old Nigerian Female Truck Driver

13th February, 2024|News|

According to a survey conducted by the International Road Transport Union (IRU) in 2022, only 3% of truck drivers in Europe and the world are female (Survey). The trucking industry has grown to attract more female employees, however this […]

How Wales can stand with Uganda’s LGBT+ community

30th January, 2024|Opinion, News|

The ‘Anti-Homosexuality Act’ 2023 was enacted in Uganda in May 2023 to prohibit any form of sexual relations between persons of the same sex; to prohibit the promotion or recognition of sexual relations between persons of the same sex. […]

Briefing | UK Government International Development White Paper

18th January, 2024|News|

The UK government has recently published its International Development White Paper, which sets out the current government’s approach to one of the critical challenges of our age. This briefing highlights the main points for the Wales and Africa stakeholders. […]

Delivering Mental Health Programmes in Lesotho

24th July, 2023|News|

Reflections on a Shared Learning Event By Emma Beacham, Development Support Manager at Hub Cymru Africa This event focused on the learning from the highly successful Betsi-Quthing link Mental Health Stakeholder training project, which was funded through the Wales and […]

Sudan Fundraising Bazaar

17th July, 2023|News|

To stand in solidarity with those affected by the ongoing conflict in Sudan, the Sudan Revolution Support Group Cardiff held a fundraising bazaar on 24th June 2023. It was held in association with Hub Cymru Africa, the Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel, […]

Women’s Empowerment Project: Develop with Dignity

3rd July, 2023|News|

Enabling young people to grow without shame or fear This blog post is part of a series on projects funded by a Women’s Empowerment Grant. Here, Teams4U, which received a grant of £25,000, reflects on the success of its project. […]

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