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PCAP News & Updates

Elevate STEM Fair

23 February 2021

The inaugural STEM Fair of our Elevate project was hosted on 5th November 2020.

Congratulations to the Generation Success team, and to all the other BEFit4Life project partners who contributed to the successful delivery of this event. More on https://www.generation-success.com/eventbrite-event/gs-stem-fair

PCAP Board Meeting

13 January 2021

The forthcoming PCAP board meeting will take place on 29th January 2021. This represents an exciting opportunity for our talented trustees and advisors to gather together and share the valuable insights that help to drive PCAP’s mission forward. We invite all beneficiaries, friends, supporters, and partners to contact us and submit ideas and topics that they would like to raise.

We Are Seeking New Trustees!

14 December 2020

Policy Centre for African Peoples (PCAP) is a dynamic and innovative charity driven by the belief that education is the best tool disadvantaged people can have to improve their lives. We are seeking up to 3 Trustees who are passionate about using education, leadership development and social engagement as catalysts for personal and collective improvement.

Vacancy: Project Outreach & Admin Coordinator

23 November 2020

A dynamic person is needed to assist PCAP in coordinating and administrating the BEFit4Life activities, reaching out to young participants, and keeping them engaged in the programme. Deadline: 8th December 2020 Read more

Partnership with King’s College London

09 November 2020

We are thrilled to let you know that we were recently selected as one of King’s College London’s partners for their Civic Challenge programme.

More info to follow soon. Watch this space!

PCAP October 2020 Newsletter

09 November 2020

We are delighted to share our October 2020 newsletter with you.

Read it here

Our New Website Has Arrived!

14 August 2020

We are absolutely thrilled to announce the unveiling of the new PCAP website! This feat would not have been possible without the generous support of City Bridge Trust and the professional service of Reach Volunteering. We must also offer our heartfelt gratitude to Richard Bennett at Rich B Design for his skill and craftsmanship in building the website, and to Ror Brown for lending his expertise in animation. These contributions have provided PCAP with a beautiful, interactive, and engaging online presence that will help enable us to carry out our mission. We are deeply thankful.

Grant Funding

14 August 2020

PCAP is delighted to share that we have been awarded a Crisis Response grant from City Bridge Trust under the umbrella of the London Community Response Funders. This is fantastic news and we cannot overstate our gratitude for receiving this support at such an uncertain time. This grant will be crucial in helping us adapt to the realities of COVID-19 as we look to transition our services online.

PCAP Board Meeting

14 August 2020

The forthcoming PCAP board meeting will take place on 27th August 2020. This represents an exciting opportunity for our talented trustees and advisors to gather together and share the valuable insights that help to drive PCAP’s mission forward. We invite all beneficiaries, friends, supporters, and partners to contact us and submit ideas and topics that they would like to raise.

We Are Perched on a Big Baobab Tree Named George Floyd: A Statement from PCAP

01 July 2020

We, at the Policy Centre for African Peoples (PCAP), remember George Floyd. In life, he was a giant of 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) known as “Big Floyd”. In death, he is now a giant on whose shoulders we are sitting, a big baobab tree on which we are perched as we resolutely pursue justice, race and gender equality, human rights, dignity and respect.

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