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Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO)

Number SC046642

SEMSA (Scottish Ethnic Minority Sports Association)

 

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Scottish Ethnic Minority Sport and Community Awards

2nd March 2018, The second SEMSA Sport and Community Awards, at the Lorne Hotel Glasgow.
The Scottish Ethnic Minority Sport and Community Awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the contributions made by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) individuals and communities within the sporting arena. The awards will act as a stimulus to create much needed awareness of the many BAME individuals and organisations that continue to affect change to ensure sport captivates the lives of some of our least active communities. In doing so seek to reduce inequality and promote a more healthier and active nation.

Nominate and Vote Now. Deadline for Nominations is Thursday 15 February – www.semsaawards.com

SEMSA celebrates International Women's Day

on Saturday 10th March. Details below

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SEMSA Ladies Community Badminton Championship. 

Sunday 25th Feb. 10am until 3pm. Details below:

 

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UKAFC 2017 - The results are in!

UKAFC 2017 Winners announcement GSA FC

Congratulations to GSA FC - they are the UK Asian Football Championships 2017 winners! Photos shall be posted shortly.

 

The Scottish Ethnic Minority Sports Association is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), registered in Scotland, number SC046642 and regulated by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). 

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The Scottish Ethnic Minority Sports Association (SEMSA) was established in 1990 due to the lack of provisions available to the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities of Glasgow. Since its inception SEMSA has created and provided culturally sensitive sporting opportunities to the (BME) community. 

Now SEMSA has taken cognisance of the changing community dynamics and the migration of new communities to the city. As a result of both the demographic change as well as the financial pressure in the current economic climate, SEMSA has evoked a change to a more strategic and inclusive approach. 

This inclusiveness allows Scotland’s new and indigenous communities to work towards creating an equal playing field for all communities at both an operational and strategic level. SEMSA recognises the need to challenge and tackle inequality, racism and discrimination in the field of sport as a core element of its work. SEMSA is one of the leading national sports organisation run by, and for BME communities in Glasgow to organise and deliver sporting activities of interest.

semsa trophiesThe organisation has established a range of programmes and initiatives such as the SASA Football Programme, coaching/capacity building programmes, badminton programmes and national football and badminton competitions. Some of the key areas SEMSA has not only been involved in but has also initiated include : UK Asian Football Championships (UKAC), Glasgow wide BME sports events, annual Summer Academies, development of a BME equalities post in Glasgow City Council, links to new communities and training programme development initiatives.

 

Over the years, SEMSA has helped raise awareness and funding for several charities and organisations including:

Unique Home (Punjab)

Patanjali Yog Peeth (UK) Trust

Beatson Cancer Charity

Meningitis Trust

DEC Pakistan Floods Appeal

Receipt of donation received by Unique Home (Punjab) in 2017:

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