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Civil Society strategy - Have your say
Have your say on Civil Society strategy
Have your say on how government can work with and for civil society to tackle challenges and unlock opportunities to build a stronger society now and in the future. This consultation closes at 9am on 22 May 2018
What happens next?
A digital platform will take responses throughout the next 12 weeks. Click the link below:
To request an accessible format or for any other queries, please email

Free Menopause Awareness Event

Hands Inc : Free Menopause Awareness Event

On Tuesday 27 March, Hands Inc are running a free Menopause Awareness event in Hackney, and would love for you to join us. This free event offers an opportunity to learn about menopause services, connect with local health providers, and learn about our free innovative workshops and support groups.

Please do come along and share this attached flyer with family, friends, or anyone you believe would benefit.

For more information please see the attached flyer or contact 020-3051-8626 or visit

Web Development + Design - Free course

Free course on Web Development + Design 

From EveryAction

We know that building a website is a tricky business, so we’ve put together a course to help nonprofits better understand what it takes to get a website up and running. Sign up for a free 7-day email course on understanding web design and development.
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Disability and Social Inclusion seminar

City, University of London, School of Health Sciences, Disability and Social Inclusion seminar

Source: City University

March seminar
Thursday, March 29th 2018, 1pm–2.15pm
Local support for people with a learning disability
Venue: Room C307, Northampton Square, London, EC1V 0HB
To book a place please email Doria Pilling:

(please give contact no.)
Speaker: Ashley McDougall, Local Service Delivery study Director, National Audit Office (NAO)
The seminar will outline the financial and service challenges involved in supporting people with a learning disability. It will draw on the National Audit Office’s work on local services and the national picture of straitened local authority finances to set out figures on expenditure, service provision and quality of life and the concerns of the Committee of Public Accounts.  

Reference NAO (2017) Local support for people with a learning disability. NAO. Available at:

Please let us know if you have any special requirements
Directions to the venue at:

Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA) at Mind

Vacancy: Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA)

To be successful in this role you must be working towards an IMHA Qualification or have an IMHA Qualification, along with having experience working with issues pertaining to at least one of the following areas: mental health, learning difficulties, asylum or immigration, criminal justice system and or a human rights agency. Having a minimum of one year’s experience of casework is essential.

You will help develop and provide Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) to patients from the boroughs of City and Hackney within East London’s Medium Secure Unit. You will help promote self-advocacy and enable service users to make informed decisions and get their views heard in matters relating to their mental health. As part of the team, you will promote the integration of independent advocacy within mental health services.

If you are motivated, adaptable, perseverant and have an ability to take initiative, then we would like to hear from you.

Mind in the City, Hackney and Waltham Forest is an equal opportunities employer.

If you are interested in this permanent role, please send your CV and a supporting statement addressing the points in the person specification to by 5pm on Friday 2nd March.

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