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Tell the centre for excellence in Community Investment your views

The Centre for Excellence in Community Investment

Over the past two months, the Centre for Excellence in Community Investment have been meeting with community investment professionals across the UK, talking with them about what they want from the Centre for Excellence in Community Investment. 

Thery have  got lots of ideas, feedback and suggestions so far. But we know some people might not have been able to attend one of the roadshows. And that others who attended a roadshow might have had further thoughts or ideas since then. 

So here's an opportunity for you to tell Hact what you think about the Centre, about how it should develop in the future to meet your needs.

Please feel free to share this email with colleagues or contacts inside or outside the social housing sector.


Suicide Awareness Training- 14th December 2018

Source By: MayTree

The training will be held on 14th December and begin at 13:30pm and will finish at 17:30pm The event will be held at the Resource Centre:

 

Address: Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA.

 

The training is free of charge and all organisations involved in attending will need to get tickets via the Eventbrite link. (see below)

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/suicide-awareness-training-tickets-52815877712

 

Each organisation will be allocated a maximum of 2 spaces per organisation.

 

By London Underground

 

Take the Piccadilly line to Holloway Road station. On leaving the station, turn left and walk that direction, under the railway bridge for five minutes. Resource for London in on the opposite side of the road and can be reached by using the pedestrian crossing.

 

By Bus

 

Buses 4, 17, 29, 43, 153, 253, 259, 271, 279 and X43 stop within a short walk of Resource for London. Also there are mobility buses available in the area, these are numbered 920, 921, 923 and 927.

 


What ‘levers’ could best influence employers to improve disabled people’s employment and pay?

London School of Economics report: Switching Focus (source Equality & Diversity Forum)

What ‘levers’ could best influence employers to improve disabled people’s employment and pay?

This is one of the key questions which is explored in the November 2018 report from the London School of Economics which seeks to answer, whose responsibility is it to improve disabled people’s employment and pay?

The report finds:

    Disabled people’s policy agendas have changed since the financial crash of 2008. The agenda has shifted from largely positively framed campaigns, i.e., calling for “what we want” (full and equal participation, rights to independent living, accessibility, equality in education and employment) to a larger focus on “what we don’t want” (tightened eligibility for social care and social security, as well as benefit sanctions)
    Disabled people are over 60 times more likely than employers to face sanctions for noncompliance with requirements. In 2015-16, disabled people were sanctioned 69,570 times for missing appointments or infringing work related conditions of benefit payment, with resulting reductions in benefit
    Work-related requirements of disabled people, backed by sanctions, have been widely described as unfair because disabled people are sanctioned more than non-disabled people, resulting in financial hardship.

Read the full report (pdf).


British Institute of Human Rights training: A Human Rights Approach in Transforming Care Partnerships – 19 December 2018 (London)

Source Equality & Diversity Forum


Date: 19 December 2018
Time: 10am – 4pm
Location: Manor Gardens Centre, 6-9 Manor Gardens, London, N7 6LA
Cost: Free

The British Institute of Human Rights (BIHR) is inviting health and social care teams to attend a training day on human rights within the Transforming Care programme. The training will cover how to use human rights in decision making, policy and practice to better support people with learning disabilites and/or autism.

 

BIHR are delighted to be offering this training which will provide a practical introduction to human rights, and how human rights can be used to secure positive change in Transforming Care Partnerships.

Places are limited to 25 – sign up now at BIHR’s website.


Office space to rent in Hackney CVS newly refurbished building

Newly refurbished office space to rent from early 2019

Hackney CVS will have rooms and offices available for rent, including rooms suitable for 2, 4, 5 and 6 people on the ground floor and room upstairs for 6-8 people.

Hackney CVS can offer you and your staff free UK phone calls, a concierge service and use of their existing IT infrastructure (including internet and Wi-Fi). Access to confidential meeting space is also available at no extra cost, and larger rooms are available for rent for the training sessions, meetings and events you hold; as well as daytime, these spaces are also available in the evenings and at weekends.

The building also benefits from an attractive garden, maintained by a local organisation.

Hackney CVS can arrange wall space for your organisation’s logo to be displayed at the entrance. Flexible terms and competitive packages are available for this fully serviced office space.

Join us in the heart of Dalston and see for yourself the advantages of being located with Hackney CVS.

If you would like to find out more, please contact the Operations Director Paul Conway, paul@hcvs.org.uk or ring Paul on 020 7923 1962.


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