Clive Foster

Clive brings over 20 years of leadership and organising experience across multiple sectors in particular community and the public sector. 

Clive’s passion is around equitable transformation of social injustices such as racial inequality and is founder of Nottingham Windrush Support Forum based at the Pilgrim Church Nottingham. His impressive work as a social entrepreneur as seen him awarded the Upstanding Organisation Award by the No2Hate National Awards in 2018 and the Outstanding Community Volunteer Award by Nottingham Black Achievers. 

He is a trustee of Citizens UK and serves on the Nottingham Citizens leadership team. He was one of the lead commissioners of one the largest piece of research done on hate crime which led to Nottingham being the first city to implement misogyny as a hate crime. Clive also worked as a Hate Crime Project Officer at Nottingham City Council implementing training and a hate crime case management panel. 

He has served as an advisor to the UK government on race disparity issues and supporting communities affected by the Windrush Scandal. He has been featured in many publications and news media outlets for his outstanding work in supporting victims of the Windrush scandal. He has written for both print and digital media publications on issues of race, faith and community. 

Clive had the opportunity to spend some time with civil rights icon Rev Jesse Jackson in the UK and USA understanding first-hand the techniques around civil rights and social transformation. 

He brings empathy, understanding, communication and organisational skills to his role as the multi-faith manager at Nottingham Trent University working with several faith communities as part his work. 

Clive holds a diploma in Theology and a Batchelors degree in applied chemistry 

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