Freetown Business School continues its Making Great Executives Series with MGE 104 – Managing Human Resources (with a concentration on the Sierra Leone Context). The course which will take place on the 26th and 27th of October, at the Sierra Lighthouse Hotel, will be facilitated by one of our co-founders Violet Asgill, a seasoned HR consultant with over two decades of experience in this field. Continue reading “Upcoming event:Freetown Business School Managing Human Resources Course 26 & 27 October 2017”
On Saturday 14 October 2017, Yazmin Kadi, in conjunction with the international charity Street Child, will be headlining a special event of music and inspiration in support of the flood victims of Sierra Leone . Afrobeats 4 All will include performances from Suga Lulu, Double A, Lady I, Diamond City and guest speakers Lord Alfred ‘Alfie’ Dubs (House of Lords) and Siana Bangura (published writer and poet of Sierra Leonean descent). Continue reading “Upcoming event: Afrobeats 4 all 14/10/2017, 7pm”
Are you a Sierra Leonean/African woman looking to get inspiration from your sisters? If so, you need to be at Beam Talks on 4 October 2017. Smiling Through Light’s new initiative will showcase the diverse career routes taken by Sierra Leonean women living in the UK. The event will provide a space where role models can discuss their achievements, experiences and challenges with a new generation of change-makers. Speakers will include Memuna Forna, Publisher, and Founder, Insight Media and Communications; Grace Camara, legal Manager, Thomas Reuters Foundation; and Georgina Walker, Director and Property Consultant, Walker Property Group Ltd. The panel will be moderated by Naberay Bangura, TV Presenter and Host at the Wan Pot Show on SKY TV; and hosted by Mariama Kamara, Founder and Director of Smiling Through Light. Due to the capacity of the venue, it is imperative that you REGISTER to attend this event. You can do so by clicking HERE.
If like thousands of people across the world you have been affected by images of the aftermath of recent flooding and landslide in Sierra Leone, and wish to make a contribution, I have listed below five organisations/groups that you could make monetary and non-monetary contributions through. Please note that there are several other groups/organisations who are equally capable of assisting with the process and this is a mere guide. Continue reading “Flood Relief in Sierra Leone: 5 prospective organisations to donate to”
In response to the recent flooding and mudslide disaster that occurred in Freetown, resulting in injury, displacement, loss of lives and properties, the Sierra Leone High Commission in the United Kingdom will be organising an emergency meeting of the Sierra Leone Community in the UK on Saturday 19 August 2017 at 3:00 pm, at the Walworth Methodist Church Hall, 54 Camberwell Road, Camberwell, London, SE5 0EW. This Meeting will provide an opportunity for Sierra Leoneans and friends of Sierra Leone to discuss a coordinated approach to the UK diaspora response in support of the disaster relief operations in Sierra Leone. ALL ARE INVITED.