About Us

The Diversity Voice is a not-for-profit organisation recognised as charitable by HMRC for tax purposes, non-political organisation committed to providing quality support to all ethnic minorities who live or work in Somerset, North Somerset, West - North Dorset, West Wiltshire, East Devon and the surrounding areas.


You can find here the current CIO Diversity Voice Policies and Codes of Practise.


The Constitution is the guiding authority for all decisions and actions of Diversity Voice. It clearly states what are our aims and objectivies and is a set of agreed rules governing how the organisation will run, how the members will work together and what are we working towards.


Diversity Voice provide EAL support for schools and preschools for children with English as an additional language . You can find here feedbacks and recommendations from schools and preschools that we worked for.

Become a volunteer

Diversity Voice is always looking for volunteers. If you are interested in becoming one, please check our current opportunities. Voluntary work is available across Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire, and Devon. We organise social and cultural events and initiatives to broaden cultural awareness and diversity, as well as to help social integration and inclusion.

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