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Shazia Awan-Scully is an equality activist. She is launching Women Create, a social enterprise to help women and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds into enterprise and employment. She is Vice President of the Council for Voluntary Youth Services in Wales and she was the first Asian woman to address a Welsh Tory party conference. You can follow her @shaziaawan.
I was inspired by David Cameron’s attempt to modernise the party. But I soon learned it was only a veneer.
And try showcasing some diverse Welsh talent while you're at it.
A bureaucrat's form clumsily equates being Welsh with being White.
Except when it comes to winning elections.
Widespread racial inequality is revealing, but not surprising.
The former Conservative candidate for Leigh reveals how, as a woman from an ethnic minority background, she was singled out and made to feel unwelcome in the party.
The former Conservative party parliamentary candidate for Leigh claims the Tory London mayoral campaign is dragging the party back to the days of Enoch Powell.