UK-African Investment Summit in London

Prime Minister Boris Johnson today hosted, for the first time ever, the largest gathering of African Heads of State and key business figures for a summit to promote African-UK collaboration. The UK has long partnered with various African countries, primarily English speaking, but today saw the diversity of the continent come together with countries participating […]

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Poem: Long Ago and Far Away

J. Sigaud is a British writer of Jamaican and a very mixed heritage, pick a few: African, Scottish, German, Indian, English, Irish.  She writes short stories on everyday themes;  things embedded in our subconscious yet pertinent and real. She also advocates the teaching of Black History in Schools and calls for accuracy and careful planning […]

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Editions Lifestyle Highlights of the Decade – Year End 2019

It’s the International Decade for people of African Descent and we have certainly made waves in so many areas. We’ve seen a campaign for an increase in diversity begin to come to fruition in many sectors with more Black faces in the mainstream media than ever before, not to mention heads of corporations with almost […]

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Amina Mohammed – Winner of the Global Citizen World Leader Prize – Deputy Secretary-General of the UN writes exclusively for Editions Lifestyle

By Joy Sigaud.  On the eve of the Global Citizens Awards, well deserved winner of the Global Citizen World Leader Prize,  Amina J Mohammed of British/ Nigerian descent also listed in Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women is aptly placed to discuss sustainable goals for women worldwide.  A shining beacon of hope for many, not the […]

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Diabetes & Lifestyle Choices – Reducing The Risk Factor

Award winning Michael  Williams is an highly motivational Healthy Lifestyle Coach with a passion for helping people to  make healthy lifestyle choices. With 18 years of working as a fitness professional, and a background in Nutrition and Psychology, he approaches health in a holistic way, empowering his clients to use food and exercise as medicine, […]

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BUCHI EMECHETA – Goldsmith’s Pays Homage to Nigerian-British Author

London was a bleak and lonely place for many Black immigrants in the 1950s and ’60s and for a single African woman with five children to support would have been unimaginable for most. Here,  writer and founder of Borders Literature, Olatoun Gabi-Williams expands on the life and works of Buchi Emecheta and how through sheer […]

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The Growing Digital Market in the Black Community. What is Afrotech!

  For those who missed it or haven’t quite grasped the concept yet, Editions Lifestyle gives an overview of the significance and growing movement of digital technology in the Black digital sector.  Afrotech was founded in Oakland California by Black tech experts for the huge Black digital industry which is relevant in almost every area […]

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Black Cultural Archives – A Legacy

By Arike Oke.  Extract from Editions Lifestyle Black History Month Magazine 2019   CEO of the BCA Arike Oke updates us on the purpose and poignance of the Black Cultural Archives institution. Following the successful Windrush Exhibition and National Windrush Day celebrations on site.  With a new injection of funds BCA are looking to the […]

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Is it Abuse? Exploring Signs of Psychological Abuse.

By Antonia Comrie. Is it abuse or is he just a very nice person…really, terribly clever, always doing good, but just a little bit highly strung and clingy? He’s not stalking me, he’s just ringing several times a day and keeping a close eye on what I’m doing because he has a genuine interest in […]

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Remembering The Black Servicemen of WW1 and WW2

By A Prisoner in HMP Birmingham Thanks to the wonderful distribution network, Editions Lifestyle Magazine has reached many people including prisoners at HMP Birmingham and inspired by Black History Month we are publishing verbatim a story he wrote about Black people who served in the Great War and World War 2. On the 4th August […]

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Gary Younge Appointed as Professor at Manchester University

Award-winning author, broadcaster and columnist Gary Younge is joining The University of Manchester, after being appointed as a Professor of Sociology in the School of Social Sciences. The University is one of the UK’s  major research institutions consistently ranked as one of the world’s  elite for graduate employability. Gary,  who speaks several languages has been […]

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Black History Matters – One Picture A Thousand Words

AFRICA BURNS As the world’s focus is fixed on the Amazon, Bloomberg reported there were near 7000 fires in Angola and circa 3400 in DR Congo alone, compared to the 2100 the international community were witnessing in the Amazon at the time of going to press.  ONE FOR THE HISTORY BOOKS – A FAVOURITE PHOTO […]

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