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Walk and ride for women

16 Feb 2024 - 15:21 by michelle.foster

International Women's Day is on 8 March, join in these activities across the city and celebrate Manchester Women.

Walk for Women
Manchester’s Walk for Women is back on Saturday 9 March 2024. The walk will begin at Mount Street, behind Central Library, at 12pm and walking through Albert Square and down Deansgate to Manchester Cathedral.

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International Women’s Day Special Event – Tools for speaking up for women

6 March, 2024 - 13:00 to 15:00

Join Women’s Resource Centre (WRC) to celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day. The campaign theme for International Women's Day 2024 is Inspire Inclusion. WRC want to inspire inclusion by giving you the tools you need to speak up for the women in your communities. This session will focus on one tool in particular: Equality Impact Assessments (EIAs).

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Call for new members of GM=EqAl

7 Feb 2024 - 15:06 by michelle.foster

GM=EqAl have just begun recruiting for new working group members. Do you represent marginalised or minoritised communities and want to assist the Greater Manchester Equality Alliance in connecting communities and policy makers and help to ensure the equality, diversity and inclusion are at the forefront of decision making at the highest levels in Greater Manchester? Greater Manchester GM+EqAl Equality Alliance

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Macc: VCSE Safeguarding Conversation

27 February, 2024 - 14:00 to 16:00

Macc is exploring safeguarding support and practice across Manchester's VCSE sector. Come along and join us as we hold a conversation around the role the VCSE sector plays within safeguarding. This is your opportunity to let us know what you need, what you can offer and how we can learn from one another to implement best practice.

This online session is open to all VCSE organisations operating within, or who have a majority of their beneficiaries in, the city of Manchester. 

Alternative Women's Economy — New women's collective in Manchester

24 Jan 2024 - 09:23 by michelle.foster

AWE is the Alternative Women’s Economy. A dynamic network of women in and around the Greater Manchester area taking control of the narrative, creating a common voice to affect the policies that impact marginalised, low-income, working-class, Black and Minority Ethnic women and call for change. An orange background with outlines of women

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Communities and Equalities Scrutiny Committee - Tuesday 9th January 2024

18 Jan 2024 - 09:35 by josephine.mcmeeking

Communities and Equalities Scrutiny Committee

Date: Tuesday 9th of January

Time: 2pm

Location: Council Chamber, Level 2, Town Hall Extension

On Tuesday the 9th of January the committee scrutinised the following public reports:

Crime and Policing Report of Greater Manchester Police

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Macc: What Macc Stands For Statements

23 Oct 2023 - 11:13 by josephine.mcmeeking

In September 2023, Macc launched our first What We Stand For policy statements. These new statements set out our stance on a range of issues that affect our city. However, these are more than just written statements. They are our commitment to sharing what we believe and collaborating with others to challenge the very real social issues facing our city. 

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