A Unique Multi Cultural Event
Tues 15th June 2004 - 10am to 7pm
City Works, Alfred Street, Gloucester GL1 4DF

The Gloucestershire Resource Centre (01452 504442 - email
is pleased to bring you a spectacular day aimed at education professionals, play, childcare and youth workers, local authorities, community artists, in fact anyone who has an interest in raising appreciation of cultural difference and challenging discrimination.

(one of many Swahili words for “unique”) - will bring the best multi cultural suppliers and training agencies from all over the country to Gloucestershire for the first time alongside local organisations and businesses.

The day will provide invaluable opportunities to access:

· Practical resources and information that support play, youth and educational work.

· Workshops that support creative approaches to multi cultural education

· Discussion groups that provide a platform to debate issues of inclusion and citizenship.

All accompanied by delicious refreshments, performances and exhibitions by local groups throughout the day.

£2.50 entrance fee for the day.
Workshop places are individually priced and in addition to the entrance fee.
These must be booked and paid for in advance – see our website for details

City Works is accessible for people with a disability.

A free Park & Ride scheme will operate throughout the day with a constant minibus link taking a maximum of 10 minutes to and from City Works. Details on our website.

For more information about KIFANI visit our website:
or phone us on 01452 504442

Funding for KIFANI is thanks to:
Equipe - The Equipe Development Partnership is part funded by the European Social Fund under the EQUAL Community Initiative programme.
Gloucestershire County Council through the Early Years Development Childcare Partnership &
Economic and Community Development