The Diaspora Multimedia Hub first launched in April 2019 and is a creative collaboration between ISRAAC, Eryal TV and Sheffield Hallam University. Sheffield Hallam University is supporting the project by providing industry level skills training and facilities, including a broadcast studio, camera equipment and edit suites based at Vestry Hall. These are currently restricted due… More Diaspora Multimedia Hub
The African Women’s space officially launched on International Women’s Day, 8th March 2020. We threw a celebratory event for women and children from our community and will be resuming soon with regular weekly exercise classes, activities, socialising, education and meals.
The Sheffield BAMER Action Group was set up in March 2020 and developed as a direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The aim was to forge a co-ordinated and cohesive BAME response which would be able to negotiate on behalf of the broader BAME community in Sheffield with bodies such as the Local Authority (Sheffield… More Sheffield BAMER Action Group
On Thursday 4 November, Israac hosted the University of Sheffield School of Architecture for their Live Project Public Presentations. Israac were just one of the clients of 19 projects in Sheffield and further afield, that were exhibited and presented at Vestry Hall in the culmination of 6 weeks work. As well as hearing about an incredible… More Israac host the Live Project Public Presentations
Several of Israac’s trustees, and University of Sheffield Live Project group, met the High Sheriff of South Yorkshire, Dr Julie MacDonald, on 1 November. One of the High Sheriff’s roles is to support and promote the voluntary sector with the county, and she was interested to learn about the plans for Israac’s future and the… More Israac meet the High Sheriff
iOn Friday 4 November, Israac will be hosting the Public Presentations for the University of Sheffield Live Projects. Live Projects are run by the School of Architecture and Friday’s event will see students presenting 19 projects from Sheffield and further afield that have taken place over the last 6 weeks.