Our staff and students have worked on a number of innovative campaigns to support international charities including:

  • Oxfam and the Bangladesh Fresh Water Project, which focuses on protecting the water supplies, hygiene and livelihoods of communities living in coastal areas prone to flooding and at risk of contamination by sea water.
  • The British Asian Trust was founded in 2007, by HRH The Prince of Wales and a group of British Asian business leaders, to tackle widespread poverty, inequality and injustice in South Asia.
    • Education
    • Livelihoods
    • Anti-Trafficking
    • Mental Health
  • The charity endeavours eliminate poverty and aim to see South Asia free from poverty, where everyone can meet their full potential. The charity focuses on four areas.
  • CareTech Foundation delivers meaningful impact to communities in the UK and overseas by supporting and championing the social care sector, care workers and those living in care. In 2019 the charity reached more than 41,000 people through awareness raising and community mental health services.
  • The College hosts an eminent international author from India to promote conversations, interaction, and literature discussions from all countries. This has further been promoted via partnerships with the Prabha Khaitan Foundation and the British Council to host events focussed on culture, art and literature. The Prabha Khaitan Foundation’s, The Write Circle, hosted at the College on a number of occasions, aims to encourage gender equality, women’s empowerment and livelihood. Through its programmes, it endorses the importance of humanitarian and global issues and works towards realising the fundamental needs of an individual.