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CEMVO Scotland are pleased to announce our new 4 year programme (EM)powering Women funded by the Big Lottery Fund. The official launch will be coming soon! +++ CEMVO Scotland has supported EM organisations to secure Over £3M from the Climate Challenge Fund , creating over 30 employment opportunities and 26 new funded projects +++ CEMVO Scotland has supported 4 young people and 2 groups to secure £38k in funding to help start up and grow their social enterprises +++ 24 organisations provided with mainstreaming race equality consultancy advice/support +++ Mainstreaming support lead to new policies and procedures for carrying the Kirpan in court

CEMVO Team

CEMVO Scotland is a national intermediary organisation and strategic partner of the Scottish Government Equality Unit.

Vision

CEMVO Scotland’s vision is a secure and sustainable base for Scotland’s ethnic minority voluntary sector and its communities.

Mission

Underpinned by race equality, CEMVO Scotland’s mission is to level the playing field for Scotland’s ethnic minority voluntary sector and its communities.  We will do this by:

  • building capacity and mobilising skills in organisations and their people;
  • fostering both individual and collective leadership;
  • enabling active participation in community, democratic and civic life; and
  • working strategically to raise the profile of and create opportunities for the sector.

All of our work will contribute to a Scottish society where ethnic minority communities’ contribution is recognised for its part in making Scotland a successful country.


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Dr. Rahila Khalid

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Since its inception in 2003, CEMVO Scotland’s key achievements to date include:


Past Achievements:

Capacity Building Programme (2004 - 2010)
Social Enterprise Capacity Building Programme (2005 – 2010 Present?)
Black Leadership Network (2005 – 2010)
Ethnic Minority Civic Congress (2006 – 2010)
Inclusive Democracy Project (2006 – 2009)

Capacity Building Programme

Over 150 ethnic minority voluntary sector organisations and community groups throughout Scotland were supported for organisational development with over £2.5 million worth of funding secured. The programme was externally evaluated by Heriot Watt University in 2007 (Commissioned by Communities Scotland).


Social Enterprise Capacity Building Programme 

Over 40 ethnic minority organisations, helping them develop social enterprise initiatives, access mainstream social enterprise support and secure over £1.5 million worth of funding and business premises. The research report “Encouraging Social Enterprise and Co-operative Business among Ethnic Minority Groups in Scotland” was published and launched at our Social Enterprise Market Day event in 2007.


Black Leadership Network (BLN)

Developing the first BLN in Scotland where over 50 ethnic minority managers come together regularly to provide peer support, share information and good practice, and develop individual and collective leadership in addressing race equality within Scotland. In 2009, CEMVO Scotland successfully completed a pilot project through the BLN in which we conducted an audit for 6 Scottish NHS Boards on performance against their Race Equality Schemes 2005-2008 and providing guidance for their Schemes 2008-2011.


Ethnic Minority Civic Congress (EMCC)

Initiating an innovative approach to increasing ethnic minority civic and democratic participation through the development of the EMCC, which provides a structured platform for over 90 ethnic minority voluntary organisations and community groups to engage directly with policy and decision makers.


Inclusive Democracy Project

Working in partnership with the Electoral Commission to increase the awareness and understanding of civic, electoral and democratic structures amongst ethnic minority communities through the Inclusive Democracy Project, with over 1250 ethnic minority people having participated.


2006-2008

Tackling poverty through working in partnership with HMRC to increase awareness and uptake of Family Tax Credits and Child Trust Funds amongst ethnic minority communities.


2009

Raising awareness of the Adult Support and Protection (Scotland) Act 2007 among ethnic minority communities.

Working with the Scottish Government to deliver a series of National Conversation events where ethnic minority communities were engaged in this important debate and consultation on Scotland’s future. The final national conference “A National Conversation – Future of Scotland and Ethnic Minority Communities” was addressed by the First Minister on 30 September 2009.

CEMVO Scotland is governed by a Board of Directors made up of ethnic minority professionals from diverse backgrounds. Our current Board members are:

Salah Beltagui – Chairperson

Anna Publico-Ong- Vice Chair

Ghulam Nabi – Treasurer

Bashir Maan - President

Gurudeo Saluja

Jalal Chaudry

Anna Publico-Ong

Jahangir Hanif

Pui Ling Glass

Sangeeta Kaur

Saadia Usmani

Contact Info

Cemvo Scotland

Lancefield House
1st Floor, 95 - 107 Lancefield Street
Glasgow, G3 8HZ

Tel: 0141 248 4830
Fax: 0141 221 4439

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