Bangladeshi Support Centre


Bangladeshi Support Centre – What it is and what it does

Events, Notices etc.

We are delighted to confirm that Suffolk BME Business Awards 2019 will take place on Wednesday 23rd October 2019. However, the launch of the event (Photo-call) is on Monday 29th of July 2019 at 2.00pm, University of Suffolk, Waterfront Building, Ipswich, IP4 1QJ.
The launch should last no longer than 45 minutes. Please can you confirm your attendance via email to: email hidden; JavaScript is required

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1 Big Multicultural Festival 2019

Health Awareness

Vacancies

BSC Supplementary School

winners
BSC wins Suffolk Voluntary Organisation of the Year Award – Inspiring Young People at the High Sheriff’s Awards 2019 on 28 March at Wherstead Park, Ipswich. See news item

Set up 20 years ago by a committed group of volunteers it is now a registered charity and company limited by guarantee. Operating from an accessible community building (that also houses other VCSE organisations including Citizens Advice, Ipswich) in Suffolk’s most ethnically diverse and vibrant town, the BSC reaches out to advance education and empower individuals and communities.

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Its mission remains:
“To support people of Bangladeshi and other BME communities in Suffolk and engage them in social, cultural, educational and recreational activities by:
~ Advancing education and training
~ Empowering individuals and communities
~ Providing information, help and support in a culturally sensitive environment”

1 Big Multicultural Festival 2018

The organisation provides a number of capacity building programmes for local communities, a resource and learning centre and key referral advice agency. The project also works closely with statutory and voluntary organisation partners on projects related to health, education, employment, housing, welfare rights and crime.

Increasingly, we also work with individual communities to develop a stronger sense of cultural identity, skills in their heritage language and encourage engagement in education, both adults, children and young people. This work is not about segregating sections of any community from the wider community but about having a greater appreciation of their own self and their place in British society. As an ethnic minority organisation we have recently grown to considerable, and well-deserved, pre-eminence; and there are very few other specialist service providers like us dedicated to primarily serving the needs of BME communities and striving for harmonious inter-relationships and community cohesion.

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