Kanya King MBE founded and established the MOBO Organisation in 1996 to recognise the outstanding achievements of artists who perform music in genres such as Gospel, Jazz, RnB, Soul, Reggae and Hip Hop.
The MOBO Awards is celebrating its 21st anniversary with a stellar line-up of acts with Tinie Tempah, Craig David and Clean Bandit a few of the stars taking to the stage. The UK's leading celebration of urban music and culture will take place on Friday night at Glasgow's SSE Hydro.
Award categories include:
Best Female Act
Best Hip Hop Act
And many more go check out the full list and nominees here.
In special recognition features a sporting icon and role model to many females. This year Double Olympic gold medallist Nicola Adams will be celebrated alongside Ms Dynamite for paving the way for future generations of talent. Nicola Adams will lay her paving stone in her home town of Leeds where she already has a golden post box.
FA 'Bringing Opportunities to Communities' Consultation Forums 2018
Come along and have your say through the FA consultation forums which are taking place in October/November 2018
This month sees the start of Ramadan - fasting month for Muslims
The holy month of Ramadan started on the 17th May, a period of fasting and religious focus for millions of Muslims across the globe.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Volunteer Opportunities
Register your interest for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Volunteer Opportunities now Open!
Breaking Boundaries Apprentice Opportunity
Sporting Equals are working with Youth Sport Trust to deliver the 'Breaking Boundaries' project which uses the catalyst of cricket to bring different ethnic and faith communities together. This apprentice role will work with YST and Sporting Equals to help support this project across 5 cities.
Latest Active Lives Release
Headlines from the latest Actives Lives Data across ethnic and religious groups
Join our Head of Research at the 2018 Muslim Women in Sport Global Virtual Summit
Sporting Equals, Head of Research, Shaheen Bi will be talking about the empowerment of Black, Asian and minority Ethnic communities and in particular muslim women in sport and physical activity to enable greater access and inclusion. Her session will take place on Sunday 6th May at 6pm GB Time.