Divas of colour 2016

In support of our chosen charities Girl Child Network Global and Star Children Initiative

Divas of colour is the largest gathering of world’s most powerful women of colour from around the globe. Previous recipients include – Muzvare Betty Makoni (CNN Hero), Rep Dee Dawkins-Heigler (Georgia State Representative), Prof. E Anionwu (Professor Emeritus University of London) , Veteran Journalist, Sherry Ann Dixon (Former Editor in Chief Pride Magazine), Pauline Long, Cllr Anna Mbachu, Cllr Kate Anolue, among many others

Posted by Divas of colour on Monday, 22 February 2016

2016 Nominations are now open to women of African, Asian and Caribbean origin around the globe. You do not have to be resident in the UK to be put forward for an award. Your work speaks for you. Spread the word, let your connections know with the hash tag #Divasofcolour2016 and follow us on @Divasofcolour

 

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  Nominations now Closed  .

Exhibitors and Fashion designer register here

Divas of colour designers

 

 

 

 

 Donate to our Protect the child campaign

ProtectTheChild campaign

 

Sponsorship and partnership opportunities available.
Contact : pr@mbwpr.com , press@fauntee.com ,

Call: 02035321354.

Twitter : @Divasofcolour

Facebook: Divas of colour

 

Dates for Divas of colour 2016 is now confirmed.

Date: 26th March

Time : 12 noon – 10pm

Venue: Hilton Hotel Tower Bridge London.

No.5 More London, Tooley street, London, SE1 2BY.

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