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This creative and flexible 3-year project called Create Your Future offers training workshops to unemployed BAME women and aims to increase personal confidence and motivation; explore personal barriers to positive progression; develop core skills; consider employment options; and build relationships and networks. The workshops utilise a range of creative methods to facilitate equal engagement of all, and will be delivered at various community venues.



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More courses starting in September! Watch this space…




Mental health services for young people

The government has pledged that every secondary school in the country will be offered Mental Health First Aid training by 2020. The government's pledge to transform mental health services for young people has taken an important step forward with teachers and staff across the country starting training to identify and respond to early signs of mental health problems among pupils.


A new IPPR report looks at the most promising reform solutions that have been identified by STPs, and sets out the range of challenges that stand in the way of them realising their vision for improved health and efficiency.

Local public services

A new study from the Social Market Foundation identifies and explores six changes that are likely to dramatically impact the demand for, and supply of, local public services in 2040.

LGBTQI+ history in Hackney

Source By: LBH

To mark LGBT month this February, we launched a crowdsourced project to record and share the borough's rich LGBTQI+ history and culture. You can contribute to our LGBTQI+ history map by adding pins and photos highlighting times and places where significant and personal LGBTQI+ history was made in Hackney.

You can also help us build our collections by donating your personal records, photos, artefacts and memories to the museum so we can get a better picture of this important but often overlooked history. 

If you've got material you'd like to donate or you're interested in getting involved as a volunteer and learning how to record oral histories please email

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