Nearly 100 young Christian leaders have taken part in the Centre’s internship programmes. In 2014, these programmes are drawn together into the Urban Leadership School (ULS) - which will include summer and year-long internships, full and part-time opportunities, an International Leadership School as well as day conferences and seminars.
Pakistani Youth Forum (Huddersfield) has put together where Young British, Pakistani Muslims talk about their identity, challenges and concerns. They feel caught between two identities, misunderstood and misplaced. The video captures their feelings and thoughts of others about themselves and their community.
Fuding available for 'Our Big Gig', an annual event that brings communities together to improve community cohesion and inspire people to take part in music making opportunities in their local area. The deadline for applications is 4th April, with a maximum grant of £400.
BVSC is Birmingham’s premier voluntary sector support organisation. We work to:
Provide people with opportunities to make a positive difference to their communities,
Provide voluntary and community organisations with the resources to help them achieve their goals,
Champion the voluntary sector as an influential force for positive change.
Please see our website for more information on the work we do.
BVSC is the Lead and Accountable body for two of the Big Lottery Fund’s Fulfilling Lives programmes, Talent Match and Supporting people with multiple needs. Talent Match seeks to support young unemployed disadvantaged people aged between 18 and 24 years. Supporting people with multiple needs will be working with service users and organisations to shape how services are delivered to vulnerable people.
Coach/Mentors are required to support the integration of young people into the Talent Match project through the provision of Coaching, Mentoring and Motivational services. You will have experience of supporting and motivating young people and knowledge of coaching and mentoring frameworks. Although it is not essential for the successful candidate to have a formal coaching and/or mentoring qualification, we are looking for individuals who are willing to commit to working towards and gaining a formal qualification within the first 12 months of employment.
Energy issues remain central to our society. From rising fuel bills and fuel poverty to concerns about extreme weather and climate change, how we use energy has major impacts. Research clearly shows how saving energy in our homes and workplaces can have significant health benefits as well as saving money.
The Department of Psychosocial Studies at Birkbeck, University of London announces a new three-year postdoctoral position and a PhD studentship in Ethical Monotheism, funded by the Exilarch’s Foundation.
Running since 2005, the People’s Millions is an annual TV competition run by the Big Lottery Fund and ITV News which awards Lottery funding to community projects that improve the lives of local people.