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The African and Caribbean community has made many contributions to the UK. My family is a part of the Windrush generation, something to be proud of when several hundred people in 1948 arrived at the Tilbury Docks in Essex, UK post-war to fill labour shortages and assist with rebuilding the UK economy. As the theme for this year is "Celebrating our Sisters", I would like to shine a light on the first black nurse to work in the NHS, Kofoworola Abeni Pratt (born in Lagos, Nigeria). Her story is not well known, but it now inspires nurses to break boundaries in their own careers.

Continuing to celebrate the diversity of cultures within 'being Black' is imperative. The Black diaspora in the UK is vast, and the Black experience extends beyond that too - and is nuanced, especially with multiple marginalised people (Black trans women, for example). 

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Under the theme of Transforming Minds for a Sustainable Future, this years show welcomed over 100 speakers for two full days of thought leading content to explore how the education and technology...

Regina We create events, but not as you know them. Our purpose is to deliver game-changing opportunities to our customers, and we're doing that by redefining the traditional event experience.
Regina Madonna
Communications Executive

Under the theme of Transforming Minds for a Sustainable Future, this year's show welcomed over 100 speakers for two full days of thought leading content to explore how the education and technology community can harness curiosity, innovation, and technology's potential for better learning outcomes for all and a more sustainable, resilient future.

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Nikki Find out how we're redefining events to supercharge return on time and investment for our customers.
Nikki Griffiths
Group Communications & ESG Director