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The Centre for Human Rights & Social Equality (CHRSE) aims to empower and support people from deprived backgrounds.
Cultural Champions work in schools, breaking down barriers and building awareness of diversity.
Devon United Women works to empower women, especially those from minority ethnic backgrounds.
Exeter Hindu Temple Cultural & Community Centre aims to buy land in or around Exeter to build a Hindu Temple and Cultural Community Centre.
The Global Centre works with people of all ages and backgrounds and from all parts of Devon to enable them to bring about positive change.
Hikmat Centre is a resource centre based in Exeter aimed mainly at those over 45 yrs from minority and ethnic backgrounds.
International Women’s Arts aims to bring together women from diverse backgrounds to make art.
Isca Wheelchair Dancers are a dance group based in Exeter.
Islamic Centre of the South West is based at Exeter mosque.
Multilingua Devon is Devon’s interpreting and translating service, based in Exeter.
Devon Grapevine and Olive Tree CIC is a grassroots community association, based in Exeter but working across the whole of Devon.
The Polish Saturday School in Exeter provides Polish language tuition and raises awareness of Polish culture, history and geography.
Refugee Support Group Devon is based in Exeter but can support refugees all over Devon.
Restore is an Exeter based charity which was set up for rehabilitation of sex trafficking survivors.
Sahara BME Mentoring Programme aims to reach out to elders from minority communities living in Exeter and Mid, North, South and East Devon.
Ubuntu Counselling Service aims to provide a holistic and evidence-based, multicultural counselling service for all communities across Devon and wider population.