Richard Taylor has been interviewed by ITN about HOPE2020. Look for him on the news this afternoon and evening.
Richard Taylor, father of Damilola Taylor – murdered in Peckham in 2000, will be appearing with Piers Morgan on GMB this morning (2 September) to talk about Hope2020, a programme to encourage hope in these difficult times. https://www.hope2020.uk/news-articles/ Through the Damilola Taylor Trust and in other ways Richard has worked
Accenture will be launching a new and exciting 6-month mentoring programme for young people from a Black heritage background. The programme will run between September 2020 – February 2021 and kick off with a 2-day tech challenge from 12th – 13th August 2020. This will then be followed by an
The Damilola Taylor Trust was awarded the Editor’s Choice Award at the fourth annual Charity Awards last Friday, 17 May. The Charity Awards are co-organised by Indian diaspora newspaper Asian Voice and charity due diligence firm Charity Clarity. The theme of this year’s awards was around combating knife crime. The
PRESS RELEASE: EMBARGOED until 7th December 2018 Damilola Taylor Trust commemorates the 18th Anniversary of Damilola’s Death Norton Rose Fulbright 3 More London Riverside SE1 2AQ Friday December 7th 2018 – 6.30pm – 9.30pm On 7 December 2018 Damilola Taylor Trust, the charity set up as a memorial to Damilola,
On 7 December 2018 Damilola Taylor Trust, the charity set up as a memorial to Damilola, will be staging the third “Damilola Taylor Memorial Lectures.” Longstanding Supporters of the Damilola Taylor Trust, global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, will host the event for the third consecutive year. The keynote speaker
Damilola Taylor Trust believes that good academic attainment, non-delinquent peers and caring supportive parents and adults can critically shape outcomes for young people during their journey into adult live. With nearly 17 years’ experience of working with the youth we know that low achievement, unequal access to opportunities and inadequate
Richard Taylor has been invited to be the Keynote Speaker at this year’s GG2 Diversity Conference to be held in Central London on Thursday, 26 October.