The National Caribbean Monument Charity (TNCMC) was at the 'Make A Difference Diversity Watch' event in Nottingham yesterday, Saturday, 23 February 2019. TNCMC was represented by Donald Campbel, Chair, Ronald Lisk-Care, Ambassador, Barbara Campbel & Kenneth Straun, Members. 
It was great to meet colleagues from the various forces and the Nottingham Community.
Speakers included Paddy Tipping, Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner; British Army role Model-Warrant Officer (Class 2) Balbir Singh Nagra; Nottinghamshire Police role model-Superintendent Ian Roberts.
From the Royal Air Force role model-Warrant Officer Bali Flora; Royal Navy role model-Chief Petty Officer Graeme McCall; Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue positive action team and Dr Rashid Mainhas, who spoke abiut Diversity and the "Blueprint to Police and Military Career Success.
The common theme was to encourage young people from Black, Asian and other minority ethnic groups to apply for jobs within the various services and forces.
An encouraging factor is that the age limit for joining some of the forces has been raised.
As an incentive, many of the forces will fund further education programmes in universities and colleges, dependent on individual interests.
Blog by Ron Lisk Carew & Don Campbell