Annual Report 1999 - 2000
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Highlighting Ethnic Environmental
|The theme of
ethnic community environmental
participation is constantly
highlighted through the public
presence of BEN in order to
reinforce its significance on the
agenda of organisations working
for sustainable development
Highlighting ethnic participation at
Conferences, seminars and events:
- ILAM Conference. Speaker London
Apr' 99 (Ethnic Minority
representation in employment in
the leisure and environment)
- 50th Anniversary Conference.
Council for National Parks.
Speaker . Snowdonia National Park
May' 99 (Access by ethnic groups
to National Parks)
- Brathay Conference. Workshop .
Windermere July' 99 (Access by
ethnic groups to outdoor
- Nature in Transition. Conference
National Trust/BANC. Speaker
Lancaster University July' 99 (
Participation in a Multi-cultural
- Roots Culturfest. Brixworth
Country Park. Official Opening.
Northamptonshire Aug' 99
(Multi-cultural Festival in a
- Black History Month. Lambeth,
London. Speaker . Oct' 99 (Ethnic
participation in the urban
- Whose Heritage? Arts Council
/HLF. Speaker and workshop .
Manchester Nov' 99
and access to heritage)
- Seen/Unseen Conference. Durham.
Speaker Nov' 99 (Working between
different disciplines and social
- Indigenous Knowledge - Seminar.
CSEC Lancaster University.
Speaker Nov' 99 ( The possible
role of indigenous knowledge)
- Reading University . department
of Landscape and Design. Lecture
participation) Feb' 00
- Kingston University. Lecture for
Faculty of Design. Feb' 00 (The
impact of cultural positioning
and connection with different
cultures on design)
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