Our Manchester Disability Plan (OMDP) https://www.breakthrough-uk.co.uk/who-we-work-with#OMDP was developed from two years of co-production and engagement work with disabled people and their organisations in Manchester. The vision for the work is clear: to listen to disabled people, capture their views on a range of themes and turn this into a plan for action.
To support the Active Partnerships to embed physical activity into local social prescribing arrangements, linked to wider local systems.
Main duties and responsibilities
To undertake individual sessions and group work with men who are participating in the Bridging to Change Domestic Abuse Prevention Programme (DAPP) across Salford and Trafford. To liaise with referring agencies, actively contribute to risk management procedures and team working.
1 male and 1 female facilitator needed.
This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.
Fixed term contract until 31 June 2022 with the possibility of a further extension.
TLC: Talk, Listen, Change is a dynamic, leading relationships charity based in Manchester. The RESPECT accredited Domestic Abuse Prevention Programme (DAPP) with intregrated partner support service is developing and growing, therefore, TLC: Talk, Listen, Change are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, experienced, committed individual to join the team.
Feminist Spaces are a small network of activists, academics and community workers working alongside RAPAR. Feminist Spaces would like to invite you to complete a survey to help them to understand women's needs, strengths and visions for change during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Information about the survey
The GM RECAP has been inspired by the National NHS WRES Experts Programme to enable 60 partner organisations across NHS, local authority, wider public sector and third sector organisations to become delivery partners.
The next programme commences on 21 September 2020. Application deadline: 1 August 2020.
GM Poverty Action have launched their Annual Impact Survey to find out more about how people in their network feel about their work, what they value and the different ways in which GMPA has impact.
The findings will help inform GMPA’s work and support them when making a case to funders and other stakeholders.
The survey should take around ten minutes to complete.
Everyone working in or supporting the health and social care system in Manchester is welcome to register to attend a virtual support circle. It only lasts for an hour, and it is a safe and confidential reflective space where you will have the opportunity to talk and share with other people from across the system in Manchester. Manchester Local Care Organisation are providing the following support circles:
This guide aims to provide resources, advice, and tips to ensure that children are aware of racial inequality, racial hierarchies, and white privilege present in modern-day society, as well as share tools and knowledge in which to combat racism today.