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Equality Access and Inclusion tool kit launch and VYM Celebration

4 March, 2020 - 13:00 to 16:00

After 15 years of supporting the voluntary youth sector, Voluntary Youth Manchester (VYM) will be closing its doors. VYN leave behind a legacy of a network of people across the city who have made connection to improve youth provisions for young people and an emerging network for equalities work.

VYM have written a letter to their members here

Join VYM in celebrating the network and its network members.

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Air quality in Manchester: holding our breath?

5 March, 2020 - 12:00 to 13:30

What does Manchester need to do to tackle air pollution?

Join this event for an in-depth look at air pollution in Manchester.

Toxic air is now the biggest environmental risk of early death in the UK. Long and short-term exposure to emissions caused by transport, industrial activity, energy production or domestic heating increase risks of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases.

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Respected and connected: older people and equalities

18 March, 2020 - 10:30 to 16:00

An event to share the learning and celebrate the achievements of the Ambition for Ageing (AfA) Equalities Board.

Agenda for the day
10.30 - 10.45 Registration
10.45 - 12.30 Morning seminar session. For everyone interested in the inequalities of ageing and how services and policies can work better for all older people. Come and discover what having a group dedicated to equalities has brought to the Ambition for Ageing programme.

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Feed your head – women’s discussion group

19 March, 2020 - 17:30 to 21:20

Take a journey with The Proud Trust on a special International Women's Day event.

Discussions including changing spaces and faces of LGBT+ identities and feminist history. There will be an opportunity to make your own badges and screen printed tote bags.

There will be a buffet provided by Sidney Street Cafe

Tickets are £5 to cover the cost of food. Free tickets available for under 25's and concessions.

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Family Support Coordinator at Wythenshawe Community Initiative

The Family Support Coordinator will support vulnerable children and families in Wythenshawe, and in particular will lead the development of a new five year Lottery funded project for primary school aged children and their families. This project will help families to build resilience, encourage good mental health and improve family relationships by providing one to one support and group activities.

The successful candidate will:

Hours: 
35 hours per week
Salary: 
£24,000-£26,000 per annum depending on experience
Location: 
Manchester
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Youth Work Co-Ordinator (Senior Club) at HideOut Youth Zone

HideOut Youth Zone is a state-of-the-art £6.6m facility currently under construction in East Manchester opening in Spring 2020. Attracting young people from across the city and beyond through its fantastic facilities, the Youth Zone is a registered charity and will provide positive activities and practical support, with the aim of enabling young people to make constructive use of their leisure time and raise their aspirations.

Hours: 
40 hours per week (including evenings and weekends)
Salary: 
Up to £28,000 per annum
Location: 
Manchester
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3 x GROW Trainees at Inspiring Change Manchester

Inspiring Change Manchester are looking for passionate individuals with personal experience of multiple disadvantage for example homelessness, addiction, criminal justice and mental ill-health to come and join them and make a difference to the way they do things. If you believe that people should have a say in their own support and that they should be at the front of making meaningful change then this could be the traineeship for you.

Hours: 
Salary: 
£17,550 per annum pro rata, plus £1500 budget for personal and professional development
Location: 
Manchester
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