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An exciting new vacancy has been created for a Finance and Administration Officer to join a not-for-profit social enterprise, based in the heart of Manchester City Centre. The Fair Tax Foundation is growing, and needs more support for theirr expanding operations.
The newsletter includes an invitation to join an in person event: Levelling up isn’t working – how do we locally prevent and reduce poverty across Greater Manchester?’ on 19 July. The event will examine the findings from the Poverty Monitor 2022 and there will be a panel discussion.
This long-term study on voluntary and community organisations, social enterprises, cooperatives, societies and clubs (the 'third sector' or 'VCSE' sector) started in 2010.
A lot has happened in the North West since the survey was last conducted in 2019. So it's time to find out what has changed in the last three years.
This event aims to bring GMSVN members together to update you on the current work of the network, share with you updates from steering group members and what social value focused work they are involved with and as well as an opportunity for you to talk to each other about what is happening in your own organisations to drive social value.
Shared Future CIC are a North West based social enterprise that has been running since 2009. One of the UK leaders in the field of democratic innovation, Shared Future CIC are passionate about and committed to creating a fairer and more sustainable world. Shared Future CIC do this by helping people to explore, debate and influence issues of public policy, in ways that make a real difference in local communities and in wider society.
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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.
The latest newsletter from GM Poverty Action shares information about two new policy briefings they have published. The first is ‘Local welfare assistance schemes – best practise for local authorities’ and the second ‘The current scale of socio-economic duty in England’.
ACORN Manchester are going to Europe's biggest housing conference. Politicians, journalists, and professionals from across the UK are going to be in Manchester discussing one of the biggest issues in British history – modern housing. ACORN Manchester are going to be running the iconic ACORN Eviction Resistance training outside the conference – with some surprises and demands thrown in there as well.
This is open to members, the public, community groups, trade unions, anyone and everyone who wants to see a Manchester and a UK that works for working class people.
The latest GM Poverty Action newsletter looks at the Government’s recent announcements and shares details about the Poverty Monitor 2022. There is information about the GM Pensions Top Up 2022 campaign and a new employment legal advice service. GM Living Wage campaign and the Tameside Poverty Truth Commission provide updates and there is a short piece about Minimum Income Standards.