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Paradise Banqueting Hall

British Hazara Awards

You are cordially invited to the first British-Hazara Awards night where winners from different categories will be announced. Under 18, Sportsperson, Community Leader, Artist, Academic, Student, Civil & Human rights activist, STEM, Businessperson. To nominate someone or yourself, see description.

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British Hazara Awards
British Hazara Awards

Time & Location

Feb 20, 2022, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Paradise Banqueting Hall, 231 Montgomery St, Sparkbrook, Birmingham B11 1DS, UK

Guests

About the Event

You are cordially invited to the first British-Hazara Awards night!

The British-Hazara community is growing at a fast rate. Majority of the British Hazara community members are first- or second-generation immigrants and are quite isolated as a community. New initiatives are required for the Hazara communities to engage the members with the wider society and help with the integration of these communities. The British-Hazara youth and professional community are doing exceptionally well, and it has never been so important to appreciate their hard work and to encourage the future generation to continue to do well and to contribute to the society in a positive manner.

The British-Hazara Awards night aims to give awards to high achieving individuals in the community. This may encourage people to engage in political, societal and activism work in their communities. We will aim to make this an annual event in August/September when the college students have received their A levels result and university students have graduated. Nomination will be open to public where anyone can fill a simple online form in, and judges will determine the winner for different categories.

Speakers:

  • Andy Street, Mayor of West Midlands
  • Nicola Richards, MP West Bromwich East
  • Bashir Fatehi, The Force Employment Charity
  • Paul Bristow, MP Peterborough (TBC)

Music & Entertainment

  • Elaha Soroor
  • Javed Haidari
  • Dambura

Nomination and winner selections

Nomination is open to public. To nominate someone or yourself for any of the categories please fill in the Nomination Form. Entries will be collected and will be given to the judges, and they will decide the winner for each category. (Nomination open until 31 January 2022)

Categories:

  • Under 18 of the year
  • Sportsperson of the year
  • Community Leader of the year
  • Artist of the year (Poets and artists) (For this category, please send the poems and artwork to hcofbritain@gmail.com)
  • Artist of the year (Singers/Musicians)
  • Academic of the Year
  • Student of the year
  • Civil & Human rights activist
  • Businessperson of the year
  • Woman of the Year

Event:

The event will take place in Birmingham. The dress code is Black Tie/Evening and cultural wear. Entertainment, food and refreshment will be provided.

Tickets:

Please buy your tickets ASAP. There are limited 'Early Bird' tickets available for a discounted price. NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR!

Age Restriction:

12 years

Get in touch:

If you have any question, please get in touch via email info@hazaracommittee.co.uk

We look forward to seeing you there!

Tickets

  • Early-Bird

    Limited number of tickets available. This ticket include entry to the venue, food, refreshments and entertainment.

    £23.58
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  • General

    This ticket include entry to the venue, food, refreshments and entertainment.

    £33.58
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