iSE marks Human Rights Day at the Women’s Enterprise & Community Hub

To mark Human Rights Day 2021 on the 10th December the Women’s Enterprise and Community Hub is holding its first ever Unity Fair — and it needs your support. The event will be based at the Women’s Enterprise and Community Hub in Sparkbrook, Friday 10th December and will run from 11am till 3pm.

The centre is currently looking for female-led businesses to take part and invites you to come along and show off what you do — whether it be free activities for adults or children, stalls selling your wares or putting on a talk to inspire others.

And in recognition of how tight things are for many businesses, this a FREE EVENT. “It’s about uniting our community of women,” says iSE’s Caroline Owen, “and displaying our services and our talents. We’re in the early planning stage at the moment but we’ve already started to take bookings for stalls. Already lined up are kids’ activities, food, and some stalls selling their products — but we want to welcome many more, so please get in touch.”

For more details or to book a stall please email Caroline Owen or call the Women’s Enterprise and Community Hub on 0121 663 1711.

Birmingham UK. Freelance research, evaluation and policy consultant specialising in social enterprise and the third sector. I maintain the BSSEC blog and website

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