ACEVO has published their final report from its Making Diversity Count project which is in collaboration with Voice4Change England.
Equalities & Diversity
The Home Office has worked with a number of key partners and charities to launch a campaign to raise awareness that the coronavirus (COVID-19) household isolation instructions do not apply to those escaping domestic abuse. The campaign aims to inform the public that police response and support services remain available too.
Communities Against Crimes of Hate (CACH) has been awarded charity status as a CIO. They are a long standing organisation who support victims of hate crime in a variety of ways including acting as an advocate as well as being a listening ear. CACH also educate and raise awareness of hate crime as well as promoting tolerance in schools, colleges, workplaces and the community.
Amity hub is a partnership between Staffordshire County Council and Above n Beyond where mutual understanding and friendship are valued and promoted with young people who are seeking asylum and those who are refugees. Amity offer support, guidance, counselling, education and fun activities, in a purpose-built hub where young people feel welcomed, involved and included.
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Who should attend:
This course is aimed at all staff, volunteers and trustees in any setting.
This topic is relevant to everyone as all organisations need to ensure equality of opportunity as well as embrace a diverse and ever changing world. This course looks at what the law says and examines how it is applied practically. It also examines discrimination and ensures services are accessible to all.
We are recruiting to a new Board of Trustees!
CACH has been running projects in the community for a number of years as a partnership; now we are becoming an independent charity to secure the future of the project - and we need your help to make that a reality!
This is a unique opportunity to join a new charity that is building on the success of a well-established service. CACH has an exceptional reputation for creating a positive impact on people’s lives and the community.
"The Together We're Better, Staffordshire Health and Care Partnership has been out and about across the county listening to local people's feedback about their experiences of health and care services and how they could be improved.
Two webinars have been organised to offer an opportunity to people who could not attend our listening events to share their views. The webinars will include an expert panel, live discussions and an opportunity to ask questions.
Beacon Community Church in Burntwood has added a new community venture to its busy diary of events. Snack & Chat now runs every Wednesday from 11.30 – 2.00pm and is the second Place of Welcome at this church.
Places of Welcome, a network which seeks to ensure that every neighbourhood has somewhere for people to go for a cuppa, a chat and some support if needed, launched its first venue in Staffordshire Moorlands recently.