On Thursday 12th March, Boris Johnson made a strong statement on the looming impact of coronavirus in the UK, calling it “the worst public health crisis for a generation” and warning that “many more families are going to lose loved ones before their time”.
It is hard to believe that
Private-Public Partnership Treatment of BAME community during COVID-19
Thurs 12 March
In a Downing Street press conference Boris Johnson PM announced: “Many families will lose their loved ones before their time” which sent the nation into a state of panic buying which caused food shortages.
During the past fortnight, the Latin Village has faced unprecedented challenges. With the escalation of the coronavirus crisis, much of the world now finds itself plunged into disorder, and Latin Village is no exception.
Covid-19 disproportionately impacts the most vulnerable in our society. All of the traders at the Latin
In November 2019, Save Latin Village attended the 12th session of the United Nations Forum on Minority Issues, which focused on the theme of Education and Language. We delivered a statement to the Forum about the value of Latin Village to London’s Latinx population, with three recommendations.
The United Nations
This coming Thursday, market traders and members of the design team are inviting local community groups to preview the Community Plan ahead of its public launch – and we would love for you join us in this exciting moment!
The Plan proposes a community-led alternative to the demolition of Seven
Visit our Save Latin Village stall at La Clave Fest which is a FREE day of latin music, dance and food being held in Finsbury Park Saturday 3rd August 12-9pm
In a shocking turn of events on 27/2/19, traders at the Latin Village at Wards Corner have seen this as deliberately intimidating. Haringey Council has used the very market operator accused of serious bullying and racism towards them to hand deliver sealed envelopes with Individual Compulsory Purchase notification letters, which
At the Haringey Council Scrutiny Panel meeting at the Civic Centre on the 21st February 2019, Vicky Alvarez, head of one of the main groups of traders, claimed she had been the victim of harassment and bullying because she stood up for their rights. She says:
“The stress we have
The Stephen Lawrence inquiry highlighted failures into investigating racism.
20 years on it’s still happening: in the case of the TfL investigation into reported racism at the Latin Village. It is a mockery of the Public Sector Equality Duty under the Equality Act 2010.
Newsletter Issue 6 February 18th