Have your Say!

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What’s the project about?
Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC) and Diverse Cymru have been commissioned by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) Wales

to develop a series of resources on equality duties in Wales for third sector organisations.

These resources are about helping Welsh third sector organisations understand and use equality law in Wales.

Thursday 1st March 2018 in Cardiff. 
Registration 9:45 am. Focus group: 10 am – 1 pm
Venue: Culture & Media Centre @ Loudoun, Plas Iona, Butetown, Cardiff, CF10 5HW
Friday 2nd March 2018 in Carmarthen. 
Registration 9:45 am. Focus group 10 am – 1 pm
Venue: Carmarthenshire Association of Voluntary Services (CAVS), The Mount, 18 Queen Street, Carmarthen, SA31 1JT.
Thursday 8th March in Colwyn Bay. 
Registration 12:45 pm. Focus group 1 pm – 4 pm
Venue: Station Court meeting rooms, above Porters Coffee Shop, 41-43 Station Road, Colwyn Bay, LL29 8BP.

Please follow the link below for further information and signing up to the events.

Have your say on the equality’s resources for the Third sector


WOW Wales One World film festival




A family of nomads live in the high, remote mountains of Kyrgyzstan breeding horses. There is wise old Grandfather Tabyldy, his wife Karachach, their dutiful daughter-in-law Shaiyr and their sweet granddaughter Umsunai.

But their apparently idyllic life has been tough since Umsunai’s father drowned. After listening to her grandfather’s stories she’s now convinced her father has been reborn as a bird that’s watching over them. With its wistful humour, this is a warm, atmospheric, sweet natured tale about nomadic traditions that are slowly disappearing from the magnificent mountains of Central Asia.

a visually majestic debut” Variety

Winner FEDEORA Award Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2015

Kyrgyzstan’s Entry For the Oscars in 2016

Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea on Tuesday 13 March!

C3SC and Diverse Cymru

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Thursday 25th January 2018 from 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Diverse Cymru and C3SC will be joining up to deliver practical training

In partnership with C3SC

The purpose of this practical training is to enable participants to understand and identify how they can build equality and diversity into their projects and services and improve equality and diversity practice in communities and groups.

The session will enable participants to:

  • Understand different aspects and groups in relation to equality and diversity
  • Reflect on how stereotyping and unconscious bias work and what can be done about it
  • Understand how to consider equality and diversity requirements when designing services and projects
  • Be able to build equality and diversity into service and project planning
  • Be able to evaluate how equal and diverse services and projects are

Book online

Alternatively, email or call C3SC on (029) 2048 5722.


Prices for this course are based on C3SC’s training rates for a half day course:

Individual member (not attending on for an organisation)                                 £20

C3SC member organisation with an income under £25,000 per year               free

C3SC member organisation with an income at or over £25,000 per year         £20

Voluntary organisation not a member of C3SC or another County Voluntary Council   £40

Public sector or statutory organisation                                                              £60               

Bafta Cymru


BAFTA Cymru are looking for confident individuals with good creative industries knowledge to join their list of contacts for chairpersons for their Q&A events.

If you would like to find out more about this opportunity, please contact Vicki Sutton, Events Officer at BAFTA Cymru, .

EHRC Film Project



Telling the Lived Experiences of Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Wales


Diverse Cymru has been commissioned by the Equality and Human Rights Commission in Wales to create series of films that highlight  the issues and promote the positive stories of Asylum Seekers and Refugees(AS&R) in Wales.

We will be identifying and filming 25 individuals from these groups thus allowing them to tell their own stories, show their resilience and show how they are contributing in a positive way to Welsh society.

We will be focusing on several key themes that are common to us all, such as : Family/Children, Hopes and Aspirations, Culture, Language and Community. The project hopes to emphasise the benefits of immigration to Welsh society, dispelling myths and inaccuracies about these often misrepresented communities.

A recent study of attitudes towards refugees, found a third of people in Wales admit to being prejudiced against refugees. It is the aim of this project to focus on creating a counter-narrative to these views by supporting people to tell their own stories to audiences such as, the general public, National and local public bodies (government, health, education, police, councils, courts etc), Policy makers, such as Assembly members, MP’s, Government departments and Third sector organisations.

To deliver this project, we will be working with some of our own fantastic clients and Wales’s Asylum and Refugee Support Service networks across the four dispersal areas to build  a respectful and sensitive framework to deliver the project. Our partners include Oasis, Displaced People in Action, Bethel Sanctuary Newport and Eyst. The project will culminate in an event in spring 2018,  that will bring everyone together to see the finished content, discuss the issues around false representation, and to promote the positive contributions that these communities bring to the UK.


Cardiff Council’s Budget 2018


Cardiff Council budget 2018

Consultation on Cardiff Council’s budget proposals for 2018/19 is now open

Visit to find everything you need to know about the budget including:

  • An overview of the Budget Challenge
  • A full list of the proposals
  • Information on how you can get involved

You can have your say on the proposals by: 

  • Taking part in the online questionnaire here
  • Completing a paper copy of the questionnaire, available at local Hubs, Libraries and Leisure Centre
  • Contribute to the online debate on social media – @CardiffCouncil or @CardiffDebate
  • Using the hashtag #ChangesForCardiff
  • Attend any of the planned community engagement events listed detailed here

If you have any queries or would like to request a paper copy of the survey please get in touch by emailing or telephone 029 2087 3706

Thank you for your views!

Equity’s new campaign to increase diversity and equality in our industry


Play Fair Magazine


Play Fair have recently launched a new campaign to increase diversity and equality within the industry.

The lack of diversity on our stages, screens, airwaves and online is one of the biggest issues our industry faces, and members from diverse backgrounds have fewer working opportunities as a result – making lack of diversity an industrial priority for Equity. 

Play Fair highlights Equity’s policy statement on inclusive casting which calls for:

  • More incidental casting – where the identity of the actor is incidental to the character opening up more opportunities to cast more diversely
  • Greater authenticity when diversity is relevant to the role – for example, more disabled actors playing disabled characters
  • Greater legal compliance with equality law

Equity wants to see more employers:

  • Play Fair on inclusive casting – to deliver more diversity on stage, screen, online and on-air
  • Play Fair with the law – members routinely share their experiences of poor and potentially illegal practice
  • Play Fair on accessibility – too little thought is given to ensuring disabled actors have equality of opportunity in the casting process
  • Play Fair and monitor – more employers need to monitor the diversity of their performers so that we can measure progress

Equity has recently produced a Manifesto for Casting and a Casting Questions Card that outline how employers, agents and casting directors can ensure they are acting inclusively and within the law when they represent, audition and employ actors.

For more details Diversity film and TV Research