LGBT Foundation are looking for passionate individuals with links to Greater Manchester’s LGBTQ+ communities to join the Greater Manchester LGBTQ+ Equality Panel.
Manchester City Council invites expressions of interest to design and deliver a comprehensive education programme on tackling structural racism and discrimination which will enable the workforce to be better informed, equipped and confident to implement the right solutions that will improve outcomes for communities experiencing racial inequality and discrimination.
This session will look at the mechanics of equality, diversity and inclusion, and how to check you're applying them to your organisation.
Equality and Diversity - are you about to review your equality and diversity policy and spotted that newer templates have 'inclusion' as an addition and you're not sure what to do? Or are you setting up a new organisation and want to follow best practice? This session will look at the mechanics of equality and diversity and how to check you're applying them to your organisation.
Rosa’s Voices from the Frontline fund offers one-year grants of between £500 and £7,000 to support campaigning and influencing work that enables women and girls to use their voice to achieve change.
With the rising cost of living and global pandemic worsening inequalities and threatening to push back women’s and girls’ rights, collective action is needed now more than ever.
Greater Manchester has established a Women and Girls’ Equality Panel to accelerate gender equality, enabling women and girls to live their best life in Greater Manchester.
Women’s Resource Centre’s (WRC) Feminist Leadership Training is a person-centred training, enabling the recognition of personal leadership traits, and exploration of the relationship between feminism, intersectionality, and leadership. WRC share practical tools and good practice and initiate respectful dialogue about specific specialist subjects to enable social change.
This CPD accredited programme is a person-centred training enabling women to recognise their leadership traits, explore the relationship between feminism, intersectionality and leadership, to learn about practical tools, share good practice and engage in dialogue and reflection on how to create social change.
Media Trust has announced the launch of their annual Women’s Voices event in celebration of International Women's Day. Media Trust are offering 30 charities that support, campaign and advocate for all women and girls, the opportunity to work with their own team of media and creative industry volunteers.
Sporting Equals are putting together a project to help enable the least active girls aged 15-18 in Manchester, particularly those from lower income and diverse backgrounds, to try new activities in their communities, to help them get active, and stay active, for life.