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Basic Risk Assessment - 19th June 2018

Source By: Hackney CVS

Date: 19th June 2018 Time: 10.00am- 1.00pm

Do you want to know how to carry out a risk assessment?

Do you have responsibility for managing health & safety?

This 3-hour basic risk assessment training could be what you are looking for.

For further information or to book click here


Comic Relief - Deadline 14th June 2018


New Comic Relief funding
Comic Relief has recently launched some new funding opportunities, including the Safe, Settled, Secure funding stream. Grants will be made for amounts between £100,000 and £500,000 over a period of 2-4 years (i.e. minimum grant £25,000 per year for 4 years).
Deadline 14 June. More information
https://www.comicrelief.com/apply-for-grants/open-grants-initiatives/safe-secure-settled


Higher Level Theatre event - 15th October 2018

Higher Level Theatre fundraising event

HLT is a non profit charity organisation which seeks to empower children, young people and adults though drama, in order to become positive role models and aims to reduce crime amongst our young people, eliminating social exclusion in our society. We bring together people to share skills, creativity, learning and helping to build a fairer environment. We have Volunteers from a wide range of professional backgrounds that live and work in the community. We maintain an outstanding track record that promotes positive life changes and is highly beneficial to those involved, and those who have experienced the works of Higher Level Theatre.

We are currently seeking funding to help us with our production U CAN'T RUN 2. Hackney Marsh Partnership have generously provided their space in kind for rehearsal and we are in need of sponsors to help put “U Can’t Run” on and to cover costs at Hackney Empire.

This event will take place on the 15th October 2018 at the Hackney Empire, Hackney London E8 1EJ at 7.30pm


Implementing PQASSO - 26th June 2018

Source By: Hackney CVS

Date: 26th June 2018 Time: 09.45am- 1.00pm

This 3-hour training course will provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to successfully implement PQASSO. By the end of the course, you will have a better understanding of the PQASSO self-assessment process and how you can strategically implement quality within your organisation.

For further information or to book click here


Victims of crime survey

Source by: Mayor of London

Have you been a victim of crime? Do you have a view on how support for victims in London should be provided?  We want to hear from you. 

Last year Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, announced an investment of over £47 million across three years for a range of victim support services. In order to ensure that the investment produces the best outcomes for victims, and meets the commitment within the Police and Crime plan of putting Victims at the heart of what we do, we need a clear idea of the current provision and what further support Victims need.  

Claire Waxman, the Independent Victims Commissioner for London, is carrying out a review of compliance with the Victims' Code of Practice (VCOP), alongside a Strategic Victims Needs Assessment to ensure victims get the help they need, when they need it. 

As part of that, we are asking victims to complete an online questionnaire about their experiences. This work seeks to understand the perspective of victims across the capital. By capturing the views and insights of victim as possible, we can identify their needs, the demand on services and gaps where further support is needed.

Have you been a victim of crime? Do you have a view on how support for victims in London should be provided?  We want to hear from you. 

Last year Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, announced an investment of over £47 million across three years for a range of victim support services. In order to ensure that the investment produces the best outcomes for victims, and meets the commitment within the Police and Crime plan of putting Victims at the heart of what we do, we need a clear idea of the current provision and what further support Victims need.  

Claire Waxman, the Independent Victims Commissioner for London, is carrying out a review of compliance with the Victims' Code of Practice (VCOP), alongside a Strategic Victims Needs Assessment to ensure victims get the help they need, when they need it. 

As part of that, we are asking victims to complete an online questionnaire about their experiences. This work seeks to understand the perspective of victims across the capital. By capturing the views and insights of victim as possible, we can identify their needs, the demand on services and gaps where further support is needed.

Survey


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