about us

The Ubele Initiative is a social enterprise with a mission to contribute to the sustainability of the African Diaspora community.  Through social leadership development, community enterprise and social action, we incubate projects across the UK. 

We create partnerships with local, regional, national and international organisations to create innovative solutions for some of our most pressing social, economic and political concerns.



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How to establish Bme-led community enterprise?

Join our webinar to understand the key components of a strong and effective community business or social enterprise.

Saturday, 10th August

10.00 - 12.30pm

APPLY BY 22nd July 2019



MALI Enterprising LEADERS

wolves lane community food hub and market

Young Emerging Social leaders programme



open projects

Lloyd leon community centre

LEading routes
(Incubation PRoject)

81 Acts of Exuberant Defiance

(incubation project)

Wise women wellness

international projects

the sankofa intergenerational learning hub


Young men speak out


working on our power

Black to the future II


Explore how to establish BME-led Community Enterprise in Cultivating diversity toolkit

Find out more about the toolkit and get in touch with us to discuss the needs of your organisation and/or community!

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Join us for Wolves Lane COMMUNITY market on the following dates:

sunday 14th july 2019

sunday 15th september 2019

sunday 8th december 2019 (Festive Market)

Wolves Lane Horticulture Centre gates are open every Sunday 10-4pm for the sale of plants and food produce from the site users.

we are memebers of

The Ubele Initiative supports the International Decade for People of African Descent.

The Ubele Initiative supports the International Decade for People of African Descent.