Join Manchester Central Library for this hybrid talk / performance, led by academic and artist Stav Meishar. Stav will discuss the lives of Jewish circus artists during Nazi regime, their legacies and their fates, as well as the process of transforming real stories into her stage work. The talk will be woven with excerpts from Stav’s theater-circus show, The Escape Act – A Holocaust Memoir’.
As you may be aware, earlier this year Manchester City Council and Manchester Health and Care Commissioning launched a competitive tendering process for the contract to provide support to the city's voluntary and community sector for the next three years. We are delighted to announce that Macc has been awarded this contract.
Join The National FGM Centre for this interactive half day workshop focusing on child abuse linked to faith or belief, where delegates will gain an understanding of witchcraft/spirit possession and other harmful practices and their impact on children and young people.
Workshop aim: to equip professionals with the basic knowledge and confidence to recognise and deal with cases of child abuse linked to faith and belief (CALFB).
Are you a Manchester voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisation? Would you like to share a story of your activity to tackle the climate emergency, as part of the 2019 Spirit of Manchester Story Week in September?
We are looking for 20 VCSE organisations to share their stories during the week of 23-27 September.
The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities. It was created in 2002 to celebrate the anniversary of The Queen's coronation. It is the MBE for volunteer groups.
Monday 22 July 2019 marks 100 years (to the day) of the formation of Manchester and Salford Council of Social Service. Macc, Salford CVS and Gaddum have worked together to mark the occasion with a celebratory event at the People’s History Museum. We felt it is important to mark 100 years of social action across the twin cities of Salford and Manchester.
Greater Manchester Community Chaplaincy is a small charity who help offenders and ex-offenders of all faiths and none to re-integrate positively into society. Greater Manchester Community Chaplaincy is looking for a new trustee, ideally with knowledge and experience of finance and fundraising within the third sector.
Places of worship and faith community centres can now apply for an increased pot of funding to improve their physical security against potential hate attacks.
Recently I had a very nice letter inviting me to write for a publication (quite high status) and a follow-up phone conversation to explore further. In the course of this, the London-based publisher emphasised that wanting to reach outside their heavily London-focused circle was a big priority for them. Who can guess the next bit of the conversation?