A wonderful Ashiana Community Project (ACP) event with Dhol, Desi Naach workshop & performances, DJ, stalls, workshops, treatments/therapies, presentations, lunch and prize draw at Zymal’s Banqueting Suite, Montgomery St, Birmingham – #ACPIWD17 – storify compiled by Pauline Roche
An Asset based approach or ABCD (EFFIGY) [PDF download] This ‘long’ blog is an initial response to a paper presented to Hall Green District committee, Jan 20th 2015, concerning the development of a pilot asset based approach to future developments in the district. In it I seek to explore if the City’s proposal is an […]
Photos from the 2013 Birmingham St Patrick’s Day Parade [Link to external website] All photographs in this blog are copyright to Ted Ryan (RnR Organisation) Should you wish to down load and use them for your own purpose, you are more than welcome. If you wish to use them in any publication, or for any […]
Photos from the 2014 Birmingham St Patrick’s Day Parade [link to external website] These photographs are copyright to Ted Ryan of RnR Organisation. If you are a community group or not for profit organisation you are more than welcome to use any of these photographs, please let us know in advance and acknowledge Ted Ryan as […]
Our photos of the 2016 Birmingham St Patrick’s Day Parade [Link to external website] These photographs are published by Ted Ryan and Pauline Roche operating as RnR Organisation Ltd. They are published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC-BY-SA-4.0). RnR Organisation Ltd retains the ownership of the photographs – community groups and not for profit organisations […]
Storify of #BLMBrum silent vigil in Birmingham 12-2pm Saturday July 9th organised by Aliyah Hasinah (@AliyahHasinah) and Olivia Brown (@ImOliviaBrown) through Artivists UK (@ArtivistsUK), later joining the rally protesting the death in custody of Kingsley Burrell
Our storify of Blue Light Camp 2015 [Link to external website] Tweets with pics (and a few links) from the 2-day camp June 6-7 2015 by Pauline Roche / @RnRWorks
Our Storify of Brum City Drive 2016 [link to expernal website] Following last year’s extremely successful week of City Drive events, promoting Brum as a city of social enterprise, iSE brought City Drive back again for 2016, with another week-long programme from 18th-22nd April.
Our storify of BrumCityDrive [Link to external website] A week of events in April 2015 in Birmingham, UK, to promote social enterprises – here’s a few tweets and FB posts to give you a flavour of a great week; the estimated tweetreach was 2,514 accounts and 2,699 impressions – not bad for a first event!
The Inspiring Birmingham Women in Leadership summit explored a number of current challenges facing aspiring female leaders in the city – which lags at, or near, the bottom of many performance tables comparing the UK’s Core Cities. A recent statistical analysis report for Birmingham entitled ‘Women in the labour market’ showed that female participation in […]