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Funding announced for BAME community groups

Brighton & Hove City Council is creating an Engagement Fund for Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) community groups on 13 July.

The fund will support projects that improve the wellbeing of BAME residents and promote fairness.Groups can apply for grants of up to £2,000 to help with running costs and activities.Councillor Carmen Appich, chair of the Tourism, Equalities, Communities & Culture Committee, said: “This funding is specifically aimed at improving wellbeing and promoting fairness for BAME communities in the city as part of our work to tackle inequality.“Coronavirus has had a disproportionate impact on BAME residents and shone a light on the inequalities endured by BAME residents.“Our city is super-diverse, and I want to make sure.

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