Nominate Today- It's Easy! 

Do you know someone aged 13-30 who is a Mover, Shaker or Legacy Maker and deserves to be recognised and nominated for an aware? Nominate online now, by post or email. 

Making a Nomination by Post or Email: 

Fill in the Black History Wales Youth Award nomination form and send the completed for to:

Race Council Cymru (RCC)

The Arts Wing SingletonStreet, 



Or email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Making a Nomination Online: 

You can also nominae usiong the same quick and easy online form

Award Categories And Criteria

Anyone can nominate a yuoung person for the category below as long as they can meet the criteria for said category. For the purpose of these awards, a young person is 13-30 years old. 

A nominee may nominate the same person in up to TWO categories only 

Read more about the nomination process 

The Award Ceremony

The award ceremony will be led by Race Council Cymru with Awards being presented by the First Minister Rt Hon Mark Drakeford AM at he Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay on Friday 27th of September 2019

Closing Date for nominations is Midnight Thursday 5th September 2019

Contact us

Phone: 07809721047

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Nominate now for the RNIB See Differently Awards in November 2019

Building on the success of the Vision Pioneer Awards, the RNIB See Differently Awards recognise those who have gone above and beyond in supporting people with sight loss in the UK – and you can nominate a deserving individual for an award today.

We know there are many people doing so much that deserves reward and recognition. The See Differently Awards look beyond sight loss professionals and celebrates all who dedicate their time, passion and skills to changing the world for blind and partially sighted people. 

Our new awards celebrate all the contributions being made to break down the barriers faced by people with sight loss and rewards those creating opportunities that enable blind and partially sighted people to live the life they want to lead.

The awards ceremony will be held at the prestigious Glaziers Hall, London Bridge on 26 November 2019.

Nominations close on 13 September 2019  - Visit for details

Citzens Cymru Wales are looking for Muslim and BAME young women with experiences in finding a graduate job or decent paid job!


They are currently building relationships with some of the biggest employers in the City on recruiting more diverse people and also tackling discriminatory recruitment practices that exist. 

Their Community Jobs Compact achieves all of this but as part of this research they need to hear the stories of Muslim and BAME women on what aspect of the recruitment process they are finding a problem.

If you or any girls you know have been turned down for a job but smashed the interview, they want to hear from you!

Are there employers not getting back to but getting back to your friends with English sounding names, they want to hear from you too!

Whatever your story, it needs to be captured!

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your stories.