The speaker at this, PREC's 40th year AGM, was the Bishop of Peterborough, the Right Reverend Donald Allister, who's speech highlighted that racial harmony produces safer, happier towns. The accounts [...]
The speaker at this event was Owen Jones, columnist and author. He spoke about EDL and UKIP.
The former President of Uganda, General Idi Amin, expelled some 50,000 Asians from the country, very many of whom had British passports, in 1972. Almost all were of Indian origin. Many emigrated to th [...]
The guest speakers for our AGM were Kaveri Qureshi, Research Associate and Ben Rogaly, Senior Lecturer from the University of Sussex. They gave a presentation on research undertaken in to the cultural [...]
This training session was presented by John Day from Nevi Tober, aimed at those who come in to contact with the Gypsy/Traveller community as part of their work. The session was held at PREC offices be [...]
The next in the series of our Free Discussion sessions took place on Wednesday 2nd November 2011, from 10 am to 1pm at the John Clare Theatre at Peterborough Central Library. Islamophobia was the topi [...]
It was a great honour to be presented with our Certificate signed by Queen Elizabeth and commemorative engraved crystal by Hugh Duberly CBE, Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, in honour of our Queen's [...]
We are delighted to have been awarded this accolade, the MBE for voluntary groups, which is in recognition of our work over the past 37 years supporting the communities in Peterborough.