Welcome to NCBI Nottinghamshire

What we do

NCBI Nottinghamshire challenges prejudice, tackles conflict and enables different groups to work together so that everyone has a voice.

NCBI believes that everyone is a leader and it trains people from all backgrounds to build local and organisational resource teams which lead with integrity in our diverse society. 

NCBI Nottinghamshire is part of an international network of organisations – www.ncbi.org

ESOL FRIEND Issue 1

ESOL FRIEND Edition 3 out now. To download Editions 2 and 3 from the web, please register.

Volunteer Treasurer needed

Next events

STOP PRESS!

West Bridgford, Notts, Swastika Graffiti
On Saturday 29 April, a large Nazi swastika symbol was spray painted onto a skateboard park in West Bridgford. A nearby building was set on fire. Here is a link to the Nottingham Evening Post: http://www.nottinghampost.com/forensic-evidence-seized-in-skate-park-vandalism-investigation/story-30304631-detail/story.html

Meeting to use NCBI activities to process the impact of this event and decide how to respond.
7pm - 8.30pm on Thursday 25 May.
Please contact us, on 07905298137 or ncbinotts@ncbi.org.uk to let us know you are coming and for confirmation of the venue.


Refugee Week Event

Thursday 22nd June 6pm to 8.30pm.
Please contact 07905298137, or email ncbinotts@ncbi.org.uk to book a place.


LGBT+ Pride Film Event, volunteer team.

Join us to organise and produce this year’s NCBI film event for Pride and learn NCBI Welcoming Diversity skills.
Please contact 07905298137, or email ncbinotts@ncbi.org.uk to register.


English ESOL class for beginners and pre-intermediates

CELTA qualified Tutor.
Please contact 07905298137 to check if places still available and for more information.


ESOL Newsletter Issue 4. Volunteer!

Join us to organise and produce the next issue of ESOL Friend and learn NCBI Welcoming Diversity skills.
Please contact 07905298137, or email ncbinotts@ncbi.org.uk to register.

The NCBI Model is based on the principle that “Every Group Counts”, and that tackling prejudice cannot be done in isolation. We build teams of like minded people and train them in practical skills to intervene against prejudice in all areas of life. Our motto is “All for one, One for all.”

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