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Tender for capacity building in Wick Ward

Please see the tender advert here


Up to £50k to build a stronger Britain

The Building a Stronger Britain Together grant programme from the Home Office is due to open on 19 October for a six week period. You can read about the last grant round here https://www.gov.uk/guidance/building-a-stronger-britain-together and up to date information on the next round will be available by the end of next week.

 

Lisa Raine Hunt is  planning to arrange an introductory session to the grant delivered by members of the BSBT team for Hackney partners on the week of 30 October – to hear an overview of the grant and to provide opportunity for you to ask specific questions relating to your organisations and/or the Hackney context.

 

If you are interested in attending can you please let Lisa know as soon as possible your availability on 30 Oct, 2 Nov  and 3 Nov and whether a daytime or evening session would best suit.

 Lisa-Raine Hunt

 

Community Engagement Coordinator

London Borough of Hackney

Community Safety

2nd Floor, Maurice Bishop House

17 Reading Lane

London E8 1HH

E: lisa-raine.hunt@hackney.gov.uk

gcsx: lisa-raine.hunt@hackney.gcsx.gov.uk

cjsm: lisa-raine.hunt@hackney.gov.uk.cjsm.net

T: 0208 356 3071

 


The depot 80a Eastway for rent under VCS portfolio

Please click here for the  cover letter Cover_letter_to_Tenant_Application_Pack_-_80a_Eastway.pdf

and for the pack CDM-18861099-v1-CDM-18858345-v1-Tenant_Application_Pack_-_80a_Eastway.doc


VAI is recruiting a Development and Partnerships Manager

Source By: VAI

Job Title: Development and Partnerships Manager

Salary: £37,943 - 41,642

Application deadline: 22nd October.

Interviews: w/c 30th October. 

Voluntary Action Islington (VAI) is seeking an experienced manager with the skills and experience to help develop and implement the organisation’s new strategic and operational plans. 

VAI is the local membership organisation and accredited Volunteer Centre in Islington. We offer information, advice and training to develop the capacity of those we work with, and we provide a voice through our networks, forums and events. As a local organisation, we prioritise the issues facing Islington’s residents and seek solutions to address their needs. 

The charity is embarking on the next phase of its development and we are facing new and exciting challenges. The post holder will manage and develop services and staff under VAI’s Development function and will contribute to the development and production of resources, materials and training packages covering all aspects of organisational management and development. They will also be involved in developing new and maintaining existing relationships in order to achieve our strategic aims. This is a new role. 

More info on VAI’s website.


At the Intersections of Race and Class' Conference 20 Nov 2017

Source By: ROTA

AT THE INTERSECTIONS OF RACE AND CLASS: STRENGTHENING BMER VOICES IN CHALLENGING DISCRIMINATION AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DISADVANTAGE.

In spite of equality and socio-economic rights existing in legislation, discrimination and inequality has been on the rise and it has become ever more difficult to access justice.  Unison's success in challenging employment tribunal fees, SOAS student action for justice for workers on zero hour contracts, and collective action of social housing residents across London challenging discrimination and inequality in housing, has demonstrated the importance of collective action in ensuring access to justice and enforcing socio economic rights for those who are marginalised on the grounds of race and class. 

At this conference we will hear from legal experts on the domestic and international legislative framework protecting socio-economic rights.  Speakers will also include those who have successfully used collective action as a means of ensuring access to justice and enforcing socio-economic rights. This will be an interactive conference bringing together academics, lawyers, campaigners and the voluntary and community sector to explore multi-disciplinary approaches to tackling inequality at the intersections of race and class.

GUEST SPEAKERS

  • Andy Bates - London Tenants Federation
  • Colm O'Cinneide - Professor of Constitutional and Human Rights Law, UCL
  • Jamie Burton - Chair of Just Fair and Barrister at Doughty Street Chambers
  • Koldo Casla - Just Fair
  • Shantha David - Solicitor at Unison

To book your place, please complete our online booking form, available at: http://www.rota.org.uk/civicrm/event/register?id=80&reset=1

For more information on this event, please email poornima@rota.org.uk or call 020 7697 4066.


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