The Windrush Day Grant Scheme will support groups to celebrate and commemorate the arrival of the MV Empire Windrush and the contribution of the Windrush Generation in communities across our country. It will also seek to educate about this contribution and the history of the MV Empire Windrush. This programme will support people from many different ages and backgrounds to embrace our shared history.
The public consultation into clinic harassment in Fallowfield, Manchester is now open. Manchester Council have launched this consultation as part of their investigation into whether a Public Spaces Protection Order, a.k.a ‘safe zone’, is needed.
Whether you are experienced at Board level already or wanting to take your first step to boost your career – TLC: Talk, Listen, Change want to hear from you.
TLC: Talk, Listen, Change care about equality and diversity, not only for their service delivery, but also for their teams.
Reuben's Retreat hold a range of regular support groups for parents:
Connect Coffee Morning
For parents of life-limited children and young people
Date: 29 November 2019
Venue: The Lodge at Reuben’s (Park Crescent, Glossop, SK13 7BQ)
Does anyone have any old phones lurking that they don`t want, however basic?
On the Out are a support service helping people as they are released from prison. A basic phone helps a person keep in touch with services and their support network. All numbers and sims to be removed, On the Out just need the handset.
If you can help, contact Helen on 0745 280 9664.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority is working with the Mayor’s Business Advisory Panel and the Business Growth Hub to deliver the 6th annual GM-wide business survey, to improve their understanding of the strengths and opportunities local businesses have, as well as the challenges and issues they face.
Did you know that when WW1 began, there were churches in the British West Indies with racially segregated seating; or that the vast majority of their populations were non-Whites – Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people - excluded to the edges of society; kept in extreme poverty without the right to vote? And did you know by the end of WW1 a new Black pride and civil rights struggle had ignited the British Caribbean?
Earlier this year the GM VCSE Leadership Group and the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership commissioned a partnership of Bolton CVS, Mind in Greater Manchester, GMCVO and VSNW to ensure that the voluntary community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector plays a comprehensive role in commissioning both at a local and Greater Manchester level.
As part of this work in June a listening exercise was held with the VCSE sector about their commissioning experiences. Organisations were asked:
XenZone is an established leader in the field of digital mental health. Backed by private equity funding, the organisation has ambitious plans for further growth in the UK and beyond.
XenZone are working with over 100 Local Authorities, CCGs, mental health trusts, businesses and charities to ensure it’s easy and safe for all generations to access the best emotional and mental health services as and when they need.
XenZone have helped over 250,000 young people and adults through online support platforms, Kooth for children and young people, and Qwell, for adults.
Manchester City Council are refreshing their Equality Objectives for 2020 – 2024 and would like to hear what you have to say.
These Equality Objectives will be based around the Public Sector Equality Duty to have due regard to: