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Groundswell Manchester

1 June, 2019 - 10:00

The clock is ticking. Less than 12 years – that's how long scientists say we have left to fix the climate. Heatwaves, floods, forest fires in the Arctic – the effects of climate change are happening and the window of opportunity to act is closing. Groundswell

Yet we have hope. The solutions to climate chaos are out there and by working together we can make them a reality.

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GM Mayor Disabled People's Panel is open for applications

13 May 2019 - 12:07 by michelle.foster

The Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People (GMCDP) has been commissioned by the Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham to establish a Disabled People’s Panel drawn from organisations across the Ten Boroughs of the City Region. The Panel will become an independent voice once fully established by the end of the first year. It will advise, consult, and propose to improve policy and the lives of disabled people across Greater Manchester. There is an attached a summary sheet that gives more detail about the Panel.

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Leaders in GM: Speak-Up, Listen-Up Masterclass

18 June, 2019 - 09:30 to 17:00

Most organisations in Greater Manchester have taken for granted habits and implicit rules that influence how certain things do and don’t get talked about. Some people get heard more than others. Some people or groups are consciously, and more often unconsciously, excluded. This has an impact on decision making and staff engagement. Good ideas may never see the light of day. Harmful practices or behaviours may be overlooked.

Greater Manchester Living Wage Campaign Co-ordinator at Greater Manchester Poverty Action

The Greater Manchester Living Wage Campaign is a coalition of people and organisations who want to make Greater Manchester a Real Living Wage Zone; to challenge low pay; to put Living Wage policy and a culture of social equality at the heart of how Greater Manchester works.

Purpose: To coordinate the Greater Manchester Living Wage Campaign, organising campaign meetings and Living Wage Week events, as well as other campaign activities such as engaging employers and the media.

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Average 2 days per week
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Day rate: £120
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Working from home, alternatively a hot-desk arrangement can be made at Church House, 90 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2GH. Either way, the role will involve a lot of travel for meetings and events across Greater Manchester.
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HOUR Manchester

3 May 2019 - 15:28 by cheryl.mcalister

HOUR Manchester is an exciting new approach to bring together people across Manchester with an interest in mutual support, *Timebanking and community economies.

* Timebanking is a way of linking local people and organisations who can share their time and skills in a way where everyone is valued equally. Within a Timebanking model, no one is rich and no one is poor as we all have 24 hours each day and an hour is equally as valuable to everyone. 1 hour in = 1 hour back!

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