About the event:
In a rapidly evolving business landscape, tapping into the potential of migrant talent has never been more crucial. This event is tailor-made for forward-thinking businesses that are keen on addressing talent challenges, overcoming skills shortages, and achieving their diversity and social value goals simultaneously.
All Business citizenship
About the event:
Calling all activists or people interested in learning about activism from Black or Minoritised Communities. Circles run for 4 weekly sessions. Participants are required to commit to meeting weekly on 17 August, 24 August, 31 August, 7 September between 6pm-7pm, online. Deadline to apply: 15 August
Manchester Refugee Support Network (MRSN) can help Refugee Community Organisations (RCO) like yours to get better at applying for grants from various bodies. This may be particularly helpful now during the COVID crisis. It should help your organisation in the longer term too.
Groups can get help with
As you may be aware, earlier this year Manchester City Council and Manchester Health and Care Commissioning launched a competitive tendering process for the contract to provide support to the city's voluntary and community sector for the next three years. We are delighted to announce that Macc has been awarded this contract.
I’ve been involved in Greater Manchester Social Value Network since its beginning in 2015. I have been to dozens of meetings about social value, run many workshops, attended a fair few conferences and, despite the efforts of the network and other social value organisations, there is still a lot of basic misunderstanding about some aspects of a social value approach. One of the mistakes I come across frequently is the confusion of social value with “additional” or “on-top” value and that’s what this blog is about.
Now in its 7th year, our Spirit of Manchester programme is an annual celebration of the work of the thousands of volunteers, community groups, charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises in Manchester. Macc’s aim in running this programme is to raise the profile of the sector among the public to encourage local giving and active citizenship.
Recently I had a very nice letter inviting me to write for a publication (quite high status) and a follow-up phone conversation to explore further. In the course of this, the London-based publisher emphasised that wanting to reach outside their heavily London-focused circle was a big priority for them. Who can guess the next bit of the conversation?
The Housing Provider will invest £150,000 into projects that can create social value and change people’s lives.
Housing and community service provider, One Manchester, is calling for entrepreneurs and social organisations to share their ideas, knowledge and skills to help to improve Manchester’s neighbourhoods and change people's lives.
The Government’s Independent advisors will be in attendance to hear your views:
Wendy Williams for the Lessons Learned Review
Martin FordeQC for the Compensation Scheme
If you are part of the ‘Windrush generation’ or a long-term Commonwealth citizen settled in the UK, and you have concerns about your status come along to the event on Tuesday 9 October 2018, 10am-1pm at West Indian Sports and Social Club, Westwood Street, Moss Side, Manchester, M14 5SW.
Jessica volunteers as a governor at a secondary school in Manchester, with Governors for Schools, and this is her story:
“Manchester’s got some challenging environments, but what I see from my experience of being a school governor is how resilient and motivated the kids are. They might have come from difficult backgrounds but they’ve got masses of aspiration and ideas, and get up and go.