Who is it for? Individuals who are or will be involved in the design and delivery of training in their organisations What’s it about? This one day course guides participants through the key skills needed to design and deliver effective training and handle common difficult situations that may arise What will I take away? An more »
Who is it for? Organisations with some knowledge of lobbying, campaigning and social media (e.g. Twitter, Facebook and YouTube) who want to develop their campaigning and social media skills in more detail. Please note: This training session is Advanced, and therefore some knowledge of social media use as well as campaigning work is expected. more »
Main Event Time: 9.30 am – 1.45 pm (Please arrive between 9.15am and 9.30am to have enough time to sign the registration sheet, pick up your folder with support materials and carry out the initial evaluation exercise) BME Networking Meeting: 1.45 pm – 3.30 pm This event is open for people working in the more »
Since 2010, the Government has made a series of cuts to maternity benefits which have left pregnant women and new mothers with considerably less financial support. The Valuing Maternity Campaign Coalition is deeply concerned about these reductions in benefits and, to begin to explore this, have released the new Cutbacks Calculator.
The Cutbacks Calculator works out the amount of money that pregnant women and new mums have missed out on since 2010 as a result of these changes. The missed income calculations focus on the loss of:CONTINUE READING →
Are you a third sector, voluntary or community organisation that provides frontline Violence Against Women and Girls services in the London Tri-Borough area (Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster and Hammersmith and Fulham), across London or on a national level? If so, the Tri-Boroughs would like to hear from you. The Tri-Boroughs (TB) are currently in more »CONTINUE READING →
Closing Date: Wednesday 3rd September 2014. Organisation: Suffolk Rape Crisis Website: www.suffolkrapecrisis.org.uk Description: Suffolk Rape Crisis is a voluntary organisation set up to meet the needs of women who have experienced sexual violence, to provide independent information, support and to work towards the prevention of sexual violence. SRC is a registered charity with funding from more »CONTINUE READING →