AWEMA

(redirected from All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association)
AcronymDefinition
AWEMAAll-Wales Ethnic Minority Association (Wales, UK)
AWEMAArab World Evangelical Ministers Association
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Welsh Government Permanent Secretary Sir Derek Jones told an Assembly committee of a "substantial loss to the public purse" following the collapse of the All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association (Awema).
Mr Davies hit back by saying that he would "take no lessons" on use of public money from a politician who was involved with the All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association (Awema), which collapsed after allegations of financial mismanagement.
Liberal Democrat North Wales AM Aled Roberts hit out at the Welsh Government's handling of public money, pointing to a string of reports - including a damning indictment of its monitoring of grant funding for now-defunct All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association - as evidence of a growing "reputation for wasting public money".
The All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association (Awema) had all its grants of public funds terminated following a Welsh Government internal audit services report earlier this month.
'I'M not surprised at all the percentage of race hate crimes between English and Welsh is so high,' said Naz Malik, Director of the All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association.
THE government's handling of awarding of funding to the now-defunct All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association (Awema) revealed "management shortcomings" in how grants are awarded, a report has found.
Naz Malik, director of All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association, believes that the issue of dropping out of education is a question of class rather than ethnicity.
The chief of the All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association said: 'It's a great prize especially as the team won the Grand Slam.
Dr Rita Austin, appearing before Assembly Members in the Public Accounts Committee, said that the new leadership of the now-defunct All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association should have had the opportunity to "remedy" the situation following a highly-critical internal audit services report.
"People will always wish to define their identity, I don't have an issue with that," said Mr Malik, 54, director of the All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association. "Knowing who you are and where you are from is important.
The report from the Wales Audit Office (WAO) criticised the Welsh Government for the "often weak" oversight of public money given to the All-Wales Ethnic Minority Association (Awema), which totalled PS7.1m, to run projects aimed at improving the employment prospects of people from ethnic minorities.
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