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Peer mentors for the Mental Health Voice project
The Advocacy project is now starting to recruit peer mentors for the Mental Health Voice project. Peer mentors will draw on their own lived experience of mental illness to offer one to one support to someone else experiencing mental illness. The  role description and application form can be found here http://www.advocacyproject.org.uk/mental-health-peer-mentor/.
 
It would be really helpful if you could circulate details of the role to anyone that may be interested in training as a peer mentor, or it may also be of interest to yourselves. Once the mentors have been trained, the Mental Health Voice project will be looking for people that would benefit from being supported by a mentor.

Call for Expressions of Interest (EOI) Create Your Future – A pre-employment project to support for BAME Women

Create Your Future – A pre-employment project to support for BAME Women

Hackney CVS is looking for local Hackney based charities or community groups with reach into Hackney’s Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic Communities who can support local unemployed BAME women residents to reach their aspirations and potential.

Read More: http://hcvs.org.uk/call-expression-interest-create-future-pre-employment-project-bame-women/

 


Christmas Community Gospel Concert

Join us as we support the community of Hackney with a special Christmas Community Gospel Concert, On Tuesday 19th December 2017 taking place at The Stoke Newington Methodist Church, 106 Stoke Newington High Street, N16 7NY, starts 7pm.


Children and young people with special educational needs (SEND)

Hackney Council is consulting on changes to the way children and young people with special educational needs (SEND) are funded in mainstream schools.  These proposals amount to asignificant cut in funding for disabled and vulnerable children in Hackney.

Read More: http://www.hackneyspecialeducationcrisis.co.uk/


Have your say - an economy that works for all Londoners

The Mayor has launched his draft Economic Development strategy. It sets out his plans to grow London’s economy, support businesses, boost innovation and create a city that works for all.

Read More: https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/business-and-economy/have-your-say-economy-works-all-londoners?utm_campaign=EDS-+stakeholders&utm_source=emailCampaign&utm_medium=email&utm_content=


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