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All Crime and Disorder

Anti-extremism and Radicalisation Awareness

20 April, 2019 - 18:00

Hosted by youth on Solid Ground for all young people aged 11-19 years old.

There will be a motivational talk and workshop delivered by the Salam Project.

Understanding and challenging extremists and hate
Interactive workshop
Q&A opportunity with the Salaam Project.

Light refreshments will be provided.

For further information and to book a place, contact 0161 862 0955 / 0798 545 2086, or email: admin@yosg.org.uk

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Domestic Violence Prevention Programme Worker at Talk, Listen, Change

The purpose of the job is to undertake individual sessions and group-work with men who are participating in Bridging to Change Domestic Violence Prevention Programme (DVPP), to liaise with referring agencies, actively contribute to risk management procedures and team working.

Men only applicants can apply for the post as this is an occupational requirement in accordance with Part 1, schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.

20 hours per week on average
£13.19 per hour (based on a full time salary of £25,475)
Salford, Trafford, Greater Manchester

Minus Violence with Ray Douglas

30 March, 2019 - 18:00

Empowering and encouraging young people to challenge youth violence, for all young people aged 11-19 years.

Discussing life threatening behaviour relating to youth violence. Discussing the cycle of violence and the different types of violence

Question and answer with Raymond Douglas

For further information and to book a place, contact 0161 862 0955 / 0798 545 2086, or email: admin@yosg.org.uk

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RADEQUAL Community Network - 26 March

26 March, 2019 - 18:00 to 20:00

The next RADEQUAL Community Network will focus on far right extremism, the recruitment techniques used, recognising symbols and developing counter narratives. The session will be facilitated by Nigel Bromage who is also a former extreme far right activist.

For further information about Nigel and his training, mentoring and workshops, visit: https://smallstepsconsultants.com/

Tea and coffee will be provided and there is free parking available on site.

2 x Outreach Worker at Crossroads Derbyshire

Crossroads Derbyshire provides domestic abuse services to adults, children and young people.

Flexible working hours will be required to meet the needs of these posts and you will need the use of a car and a current driving licence as you will be required to travel across the rural area in the High Peak and North Dales in Derbyshire.                                           

Full time: 37 hours per week, Part time: 16 hours per week
Scale point 20 £19,819 per annum pro rata for part time
High Peak and North Dales in Derbyshire.

Manchester BME Network – Love Our City

21 Feb 2019 - 10:43 by michelle.foster

Love Our City is a project funded through RadEqual, Manchester City Council. The RadEqual programme is based on rethinking radicalisation and recognising the challenges relating to our collective understanding of prejudice, hate and extremism which are all very complex issues. The programme recognises that part of the solutions to these big issues has to involve people and the places where they live. Manchester BME Network

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Chair of Trustees at POPS (Partners of Prisoners and Families Support Group)

3 Jan 2019 - 15:00 by michelle.foster

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Have you got what it takes to be part of an organisation that is shaping the world in relation to improving the lives of prisoners’ families, prisoners and their children?

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Consultation – Preventing and tackling forced marriage

30 Nov 2018 - 10:16 by michelle.foster

This consultation by the Government seeks views about whether it is necessary to introduce a new legal mandatory reporting duty relating to cases of forced marriage and, if it is, what such a reporting requirement would look like. It also seeks views on how the current guidance on forced marriage could be improved and strengthened. gov.uk

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Preventing hate crime: funding for community projects

9 Nov 2018 - 10:05 by michelle.foster

Apply for funding for community projects that prevent hate crime. Hate crimes are crimes that are motivated by hostility or prejudice on the grounds of race (including colour, nationality, ethnicity and national origin), religion, disability, sexual orientation and transgender identity. Home Office

Providing funding for projects that prevent hate crime is one of the actions included in the UK government’s hate crime action plan.

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