Small environmental organisations in the UK and Ireland have until the end of January 2020 to apply for funding for bold and original actions that protect threatened wilderness and biodiversity.
Back on Track provides courses for people with experience of drug and alcohol problems, homelessness, offending, or mental health problems. Back on Track offer courses such as basic skills (reading, writing and maths), computers and art, as well as sessions on ‘life skills’ such as cookery and confidence building, and pre-employment skills.
Rethinking Economics (RE) is an international network of students, academics and professionals building a better economics in society and the classroom. Their vision is of economies which serve people and the planet. Their purpose is to build a diverse movement of people who challenge, interrogate and renew the practice, teaching and application of economics.
At the Manchester Homelessness Partnership ‘Open Space’ meeting in October, it discussed the need for a new action group to focus on ‘multiple and complex needs’.
CAHN’s ambition is to work with Caribbean and African community in Greater Manchester to eradicate health inequalities within a generation.
The aim of this scoping exercise is to gather essential information that will provide an overview of where the Black community lives across the 10 localities of Greater Manchester.
Macmillan would like to work with people living with cancer to influence policy makers and commissioners to understand that people living with cancer have significant social care needs that are not being met.
Some examples might be:
The LAB training courses are designed to help to give you the skills you need to progress. Could you benefit from:
Modern policing wrestles with ethical dilemmas every day. Could you play a part in helping the police negotiate challenging, complex and sometimes controversial issues by joining Greater Manchester’s Independent Police Ethics Committee?
The committee is seeking new members to provide advice, support and guidance to GMP and the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime on the complex ethical issues that face modern policing.
The Bank of England’s job is to promote the good of the people of the United Kingdom by maintaining monetary and financial stability.
That means managing inflation – the rate at which prices rise – and making sure that the financial system, which includes banks and building societies, functions properly. The Bank of England also issue bank notes and run the system that allows electronic payments to take place.
The BFI Network invites new and emerging creative filmmaking talent, established filmmakers and a kaleidoscope of creative voices to join them to explore the landscape for non-fiction film across the UK. The event will be diving into the detail on Doc Society and how the Network works with filmmakers, funding, showcasing inspiring creative doc shorts and features, excavating commissioning opportunities and hosting an afternoon of 1-2-1 doc surgeries and networking.