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Children England is leading an inquiry into what the welfare state would look like if it recognised and supported all children's need for home, safety, love, health and purpose (a paraphrasing of Maslow's five needs).
The NHS England Personalised Care Group is inviting applications from people with lived experience of personalised approaches to health and social care to participate in the Autumn Peer Leadership Academy 2018.
#iwill is a UK-wide campaign that aims to make social action part of life for as many 10 to 20 year-olds as possible by the year 2020. Through collaboration and partnership it is spreading the word about the benefits of youth social action.
The programme aims to increase overall participation of young people in meaningful social action from 40% to 60% by 2020, with a particular focus on deprived areas.
Has your voluntary, community or social enterprise group done some amazing patient, service-user or carer involvement work that’s improved healthcare services?
If so NHS England want you to tell them about it. In fact, they want to support you to tell everyone about it.
Mustard Tree are one of the most established charities in the North of England supporting those facing poverty and homelessness. Mustard Tree have over 25 years of experience helping people across greater Manchester where their compassionate and intelligent approach, creates a safe space, a community of hope and aspiration, opportunity and belonging where together each other’s confidence and skills are lifted.
Following a review of its governance structures, the Levenshulme Inspire Partnership is recruiting new board members.
There are several vacancies including:
Inspire Foundation (CIO) – 3 vacancies for people with community development, finance or legal experience. Levenshulme Inspire are particularly looking for people with past experience as charity trustees.
Each year The Booth Centre invites people to take on the challenge of sleeping out for one night to highlight some of the hardships that people have to face every night.
On Friday 9 November the Manchester Cathedral will host the 2018 Manchester Sleepout. In 2017, over 400 people came together to raise an astonishing £120,000! Can you help The Booth Centre beat that this year?
Venture Arts is calling for expressions of interest from visual artists to take part in their new project based in Manchester, Conversations Series II.
The Greater Manchester Poverty Action (GMPA) editorial comments on the increasing demand for emergency food support and what the Government could do immediately to help. There is also a report on the first Food Power Conference attended by Charlie Spring, a member of GMPA’s Food Poverty Alliance.