The Conservative BAME Forum is an independent grassroots organisation with a mission to build stronger links between ethnic minority communities and the Conservative Party at all levels. As the South West Chairman, Samuel works with the national and regional team to:
Empower BAME members of the party across the country with tools and resources.
Enable BAME members to take an active role in community life as grass-root activists, councillors, party officers and parliamentarians.
Increase the BAME representation and voice throughout the Conservative Party.
The Conservative BAME Forum seeks to represent the true interests of the BAME community in the Conservative Party. The BAME Forum acts as a bridge in translating the concerns of the community with the conservative policy makers and dispelling any biased and misleading information through awareness and education outreach programmes.
Our Core Activities
Conduct Events, Webinars & talks on policy matters relevant to the BAME Community.
Use of the party bodies and local associations to engage on the matters related to the community.
Empower BAME community members to engage with conservative party & Take active roles within the party.
Engagement with MPs
Work closely with the MP’s and community; Act as a bridge, Provide MP’s with a regular dossier / updates on BAME matters.
Encourage community to join membership of the Conservative party so they have a say in party affairs including choice of candidates