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South Asia Gallery Community Producer at Manchester Museum

Do you love food, working with the community, having conversation and bringing people and ideas together? Supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund,

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21 hours per week
Salary: 
£27,025 - £31,302 per annum pro rata according to experience
Location: 
Oxford Road, Manchester

Greater Manchester and Manchester BME Network; Market Place and Joint Networking Event

30 January, 2019 - 10:00 to 14:00

A different format for the first 2019 networking event, this will include a Market Place for BME Social Entrepreneurs and everyone interested. It brings together recent work by GMCVO in partnership with GMBMEN and Flourish on connecting BME Social Entrepreneurs to social investment.

Come along and meet BME social entrepreneurs, support their enterprise journey and learn about the research. You will have the opportunity as usual to drop into information, support and learning sessions about social investment, social enterprise and finding resources and funding.

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Refugee Awareness Training

A two hour new refugee awareness session delivered by Annabelle Britton - British Red Cross.

Aimed at anyone who wants to raise their awareness because they have a general interest or would like to support refugee and asylum seeking people to volunteer at their organisation. 

The session will:

28 February, 2019 - 10:30 to 12:30
Macc, 3rd Floor Swan Buildings, 20 Swan Street, Manchester, M4 5JW

Greater Manchester and Manchester BME Network; Market Place and Joint Networking Event

30 January, 2019 - 09:30 to 14:00

A different format for the first 2019 networking event, this will include a “Market Place” for BME Social Entrepreneurs and everyone interested. It brings together recent work by GMCVO in partnership with GMBMEN and Flourish on connecting BME Social Entrepreneurs to social investment and will be held on Wednesday 30th January 2019. We will be starting promptly at 10am (registration from 9.30am).

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Social worker at Revive

Revive are looking for a qualified, motivated and enthusiastic Social Worker who has an understanding of relevant therapeutic social work approaches and an experience of work with people who have experienced trauma.  

This role involves the delivery of person centred social work support and advice services to refugees and people seeking asylum (Single Adults and Families) with complex lives and multiple needs, as identified via Revive drop-in services, appointments and, agreed outreach services in Manchester and Salford.

Hours: 
Full Time
Salary: 
£26,782.84 per annum
Location: 
Manchester and Salford

Windrush Day Grants – apply by 21 January 2019

7 Dec 2018 - 11:29 by michelle.foster

The Government has announced the launch of a new funding pot for projects that will celebrate and commemorate the Windrush Generation and their contribution to the country. Windrush Day, which will take place on 22 June 2019, will be the focal point of these projects. gov.uk

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Refugee Week leadership project

9 Nov 2018 - 09:56 by michelle.foster

This is a new opportunity for emerging leaders from refugee backgrounds to support the production of Refugee Week 2019. Refugee Week

Funded by Ben and Jerry’s Foundation, the new Refugee Week leadership project aims to ensure the perspectives and expertise of people who have experienced displacement are at the heart of Refugee Week.

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Manchester Spirit Walks with Europia

7 Nov 2018 - 14:48 by michelle.foster

With Brexit fast approaching, it’s important to find creative ways of connecting the communities and individuals to the place they live in. Europia know that when individuals feel connected to the city they live in there is more pride, less fear, more familiarity, which leads to confidence to make use of what best the city has to offer them. This is why Europia decided to organise 5 city centre walks which will cover sites connected with the growth of Manchester as the world’s first industrial city and its importance as a centre for peace and radical political activity.

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