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Let’s End Hate Crime - Hate Crime Awareness Week 8 -14 February 2016

5 Feb 2016 - 10:00 by michelle.foster

Manchester's annual Hate Crime Awareness Week takes place from 8 -14 February 2016, when the new Manchester hate Crime strategy 2016-2019 will be launched.

The city will play host to a full calendar of community events celebrating diversity and raising awareness of hate crime and hate crime third party reporting centres.

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Let's End Hate Cr!me - Grants available for activities in your neighbourhood

13 Nov 2015 - 10:43 by michelle.foster

Manchester wants to end hate crime by building on the City's reputation for celebrating diversity. You can help do this by holding an event or activity in your neighbourhood during Hate Crime Awareness Week 2016. Events should raise awareness of hate crime and encourage reporting.

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Wythenshawe Safe Spots funding and particpatory budgeting event

16 Oct 2015 - 15:18 by michelle.foster

Local people, local ideas and local solutions for safe and healthy relationships

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for Greater Manchester Police to invest cash of up to £30,000 to promote healthier and safer relationships in Wythenshawe.

The funding set aside can be applied for in sums between £500 and £10,000. The projects chosen to be funded will be delivered for a 1 year period at a centre that is yet to be chosen.

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Domestic Violence and Abuse (DV&A) Grant 2015/16

15 Sep 2015 - 11:33 by michelle.foster

Manchester City Council has been awarded £110,000 by the Police Innovation Fund to support domestic violence and abuse (DV&A) victims in the City. There are three distinct elements within the grant programme:

Early Help/Prevention
£40,000 of this money is to develop an early help/prevention service for low and medium risk cases of DV&A. At the moment there are no interventions available for low to medium risk couples who choose to stay together.

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Domestic Violence and Abuse (DV&A) Awareness Training Grant 2015/16

15 Sep 2015 - 11:32 by michelle.foster

Manchester City Council has £20,000 to develop and deliver training in domestic violence and abuse (DV&A) awareness for Early Help Hub staff and Social Work teams. The full funding of £20,000 will be awarded to one successful applicant to provide a training programme for frontline workers. The programme will need to be delivered to all Early Help Hub staff and Social Work teams in local area venues arranged by MCC.

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Myths about the voluntary sector - Parts 5 and 6

10 Sep 2015 - 11:54 by Mike Wild

A few weeks back I met with a group of voluntary & community sector leaders working with children young people and families and our local Director of Children's Services. We were talking about how to build the relationship between the sectors so we hit on the idea of writing a blog to challenge a few myths and misconceptions which tend to distort the relationship.

Myths about the voluntary sector - Parts 3 and 4

9 Sep 2015 - 12:56 by Mike Wild

A few weeks back I met with a group of voluntary & community sector leaders working with children young people and families and our local Director of Children's Services. We were talking about how to build the relationship between the sectors so we hit on the idea of writing a blog to challenge a few myths and misconceptions which tend to distort the relationship.

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