Celebrated in summer, the festival brings together the diverse ethnic communities in Leeds to interact and make friends through cultural performances, music and dance. It focus is world cultures from a secular perspective.
We have previously supported a street world cultures festival, at Leeds Briggate, which brought more than 70 nationalities together to celebrate diversity in the city from a Christian perspective. We puled out in 2018 as the festival lost its significance
The Intercultural Leadership & Management Courses will:
Provide unique and exciting opportunity to gain professional leadership & Management status.
Equip those in leadership, or aspiring to leadership roles, in local communities, faith institutions, public services and business sectors with skills to improve services and customer satisfaction.
Three levels of accreditation by ILM are:
Introductory Course (ILM Level 3)
Advanced Course (Undergraduate Level)
Executive Course (Postgraduate Level)
Ms Bi-Abena Peprah leads the strategic direction and management of the Centre for Intercultural Leadership and Practice. She was born in Accra, Ghana and now a British Citizen. She has BA (Hons) Psychology with English from University of Ghana and MA International Relations from University of Nottingham.
She is a member of several young people's leadership networks, including the Global Young Diplomatic Forum, among others.