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Rosa's Summer Conference 2021

23 June, 2021 - 10:00 to 24 June, 2021 - 14:30

Celebrating and strengthening women’s organisations in the face of a global crisis.

Rosa are excited to bring together specialist women's and girls' organisations for a free two-day online conference packed with sessions for you to dip in and out of. Join Rosa for two keynote sessions, four panel discussions and two networking sessions, all designed with and for the women and girls sector in the UK.

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The Empowering Women Fund

22 Apr 2021 - 14:31 by michelle.foster

fundingMany women’s lives are complex, and they often have tangled paths through systems, structures and communities to access the support needed to live safe, independent lives. Research into the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has shown that women are facing the additional burden of unemployment, childcare and economic distress.

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The Global Majority Fund by Comic Relief

15 Apr 2021 - 15:53 by michelle.foster

funding imageThe Global Majority Fund is for organisations who work with communities facing racial inequality within the UK.

Muslim Charities Forum, Intermediary Partner to distribute the funds for Comic Relief, has opened the funding application process for small-medium organisations to apply for project or core costs for up to £10,000.

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Tender for the facilitation of Greater Manchester Equality Panels

30 Mar 2021 - 15:36 by michelle.foster

gmca logoThe Greater Manchester Combined Authority is seeking to provide contract funding for the facilitation of five Greater Manchester Equality Panels.

Bidders have the ability to submit a tender submission to facilitate all, some or one of the panels: Faith, Race, Women and Girls, LGBTQ+ and Older People.

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Tackling women’s multiple disadvantage in Greater Manchester

25 Mar 2021 - 14:18 by michelle.foster

tackling womrn's multiple disadvantage in GMA new briefing by women’s rights charities highlights that over 60,000 women and girls in Manchester have experienced extensive violence and abuse in their lifetime. It calls for all local authorities in Greater Manchester to work together to ensure the most marginalised women are included and involved in its Covid-19 recovery plans.

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Equal Power Training – What does my political future look like?

Have you recently got excited about the potential of political activism? Do you want to be making decisions for your community and working out what that means? Are you trying to establish the next steps in your political career?

This three-part mini-programme will take you on a journey with a community of supportive women as you map out the next steps in your political journey. This programme is for women who have made the decision to get politically active and want to understand what steps to take to make that a reality.

6 July, 2021 - 19:30 to 20 July, 2021 - 21:00
Online
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Racism and the Pandemic Survey

4 Feb 2021 - 14:20 by michelle.foster

surveyRacism and the Pandemic is an Arts and Humanities Research Council project and film that aims to shed light on institutional and workplace racism in health and social care during and prior to the pandemic in the UK. The survey is open to all health and social care workers.  It takes less than 5 minutes to complete.

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Women’s Voices 2021 – International Women’s Day

7 Jan 2021 - 13:13 by michelle.foster

media trustMedia Trust are offering 30 charities that support, campaign and advocate for women, girls and those who identify as female, the opportunity to work with their own team of media and creative industry volunteers. Each team will have the combined skills to help their charity build an effective, impactful and compelling communications action plan to take forward.

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Ethnic disparities and inequality in the UK: GOV.UK call for evidence

19 Nov 2020 - 15:23 by michelle.foster

researchCHARM (Communities For Holistic Accessible Rights-based Mental Health) have been asked by the government to review ethnic disparities and inequality in the UK, focusing on the following 4 areas: education employment and enterprise health crime and policing.

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