Sandy Nairne


Deputy Prime Minister, Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP visited the National Portrait Gallery to launch the Naz Legacy Foundation’s Diversity Programme.  The Deputy Prime Minister was joined by schoolchildren from various deprived and minority communities, who had been visiting a gallery or museum for the first time to learn about the rich heritage of diverse role models in Britain.

That evening Nick Clegg and HRH Princess Badiya bint El Hassan of Jordan awarded Sandy Naire the Naz Legacy Foundation Honorary Education Fellowship 2014 at the Annual Naz Legacy Foundation Reception, in recognition of his work as director of National Portrait Gallery.

The event, held at Parliament’s prestigious Churchill Room, brought together over 150 leading educationalists, philanthropist and politicians to celebrate the legacy of Naz Bokhari, the first Asian / Muslim head teacher in the UK. Other speakers included The Rt Hon Eric Pickles MP (Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government) and Tristram Hunt MP (Shadow Education Secretary) was in attendance.

‘It is not what you do in your lifetime that really matters, it is the legacy you leave behind for the next generations to follow that makes a difference.’ – Naz Bokhari OBE

Naz Bokhari Award 2018 winner announced

Abdishakuur Yusuf has been announced as the 7th Naz Bokhari Award winner.

Diversity Day National Archives

Westminster Academy Students attended their final Diversity Day National Archives experience

Youth Interfaith Iftar

Sadiq Khan, Chief Rabbi, Cardinal Nichols & Bishop of London join London's youth