The Justice and Equality Fund, supported by TIME’S UP UK, has launched new grants programmes aimed at tackling the culture of harassment, abuse and impunity. Grants of up to £200,000 will be available to organisations that provide emotional and practical support to people who have experienced sexual harassment, particularly in the workplace.
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Professor Eddie Kane, Director Centre for Health and Justice, at University of Nottingham is nearing the end of a review of service for three cohorts of victims of crime on behalf of GMCA: Sexual Violence and Abuse Victims/Survivors; Victims/Survivors of Domestic Violence; and Young People.
The University of Nottingham and Centre for Mental Health are carrying out a review of services in Greater Manchester and they want to hear what people who use these services have to say.
Manchester’s Community Safety Partnership will award £50,000 to be used to support delivery of the Greater Manchester Police and Crime Plan which focuses on keeping people safe, reducing harm and strengthen communities.
It is to be used to target some of the challenges faced from crime and anti-social behaviour in the city centre in the day and at night time.
The 2018 Griffins Society Fellowship Programme is now open to applications. 2018 is the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, and the Fellowship is seeking applicants to contribute to practice and policy debates around women with convictions by undertaking their own pioneering research.
The Home Office have launched a public consultation ‘Transforming the response to domestic abuse’.
Throughout the twelve week consultation period the government will be listening to partners, to the many organisations and their staff working to tackle domestic abuse, and to the public. To anyone who has been affected by domestic abuse or knows of someone who has.
Manchester City Council is leading the city’s arrangements to mark the anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack on Tuesday 22 May 2018.
Those affected by those terrible events will want to mark the date in different ways, so the programme is varied and takes different forms, to make sure that people can feel connected to it.
Working with partners and communities to tackle the issues that matter most to you Greater Manchester Police have an opportunity to put funds back in to certain areas of Greater Manchester using money seized from criminals.
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) need you to help decide where it’s going to be spent to help tackle antisocial behaviour where you live.
The third phase of the Home Office Disrespect Nobody campaign will run from 29 March to the beginning of May 2018.
The aim of the campaign is to prevent young people, both boys and girls aged 12 to 18 years old, from becoming perpetrators and victims of abusive relationships.
This consultation seeks to address domestic abuse at every stage from prevention through to rehabilitation. It references the connections and provisions of cross-sector agencies and departments and reinforces the Government’s aim to make domestic abuse everyone’s business.
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