Young people have shared their stories of hope and aspiration as part of a new campaign to help others steer clear of violence and achieve their future.
All Crime and Disorder
This event brings together a range of speakers to explore the essential work of the voluntary sector in delivering services for racially minoritised people and addressing race inequality in the criminal justice system.
The event will explore how specialist organisations led by and focused on racially minoritised people are faring in the current climate, and discuss how trusts and foundations, the wider voluntary sector and government can ensure these organisations are sustainable.
The Independent Review of Prevent has re-opened the Call for Evidence. The reviewer wants to hear a broad range of opinions, expertise and experience from those who can offer an insight into what Prevent means, how it works, and how it affects individuals, organisations and communities.
WeStandTogether are offering free interactive workshops for schools, colleges and youth and community groups.
The sessions can be delivered flexibly from single sessions to longer projects, they will improve community cohesion and foster better understanding, respect and cooperation. You will be able to develop your own local WeStandTogether and YouthStandTogether groups.
What are Independent Community Scrutiny Panels?
Independent Community Scrutiny Panels (ICSPs) are made up of members of the public who are representative of the local community and give the police honest feedback in how they are using their stop and search powers.
The Bishops of England and Wales have asked that a Day of Prayer for the Survivors of Abuse be celebrated each year on the Tuesday of the Fifth Week of Easter. Bishop John asks all parishes to offer Mass for this intention on Tuesday 4 May and to remember this intention with special prayers or a time of Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.
Step Together Volunteering supports participants to build and develop the personal and practical skills needed to move forward. As well as offering progression routes into volunteering, training, and employment.
Manchester’s Community Safety Partnership (CSP) have a funding opportunity to award £80,000 to be used to support delivery of the Greater Manchester Police and Crime Plan which focuses on keeping people safe, reducing harm and strengthen communities.
WeStandTogether is the cohesion brand for Greater Manchester, as recommended in the Greater Manchester Cohesion Commission's report, A Shared Future.