Admin for Charities https://www.ancadmin.net/
My name is Amina, I am very grateful for all the things that organisations like yours do to make a difference!
I wanted to introduce ANC Admin Solutions, which I believe might be relevant at some point, to you or someone you know. My team of qualified administrators and accountants offers flexible and affordable outsourced services to charities and community interest companies to free up their leadership and management staff to focus on what matters the most: their mission and strategy and helping their team perform and grow.
Tackling Inequalities by involving communities Maddock April 2022
An alternative to Levelling-up:
Tackling Inequalities by involving communities
in place-shaping, the social economy and gender equalities
Read the full report here: Alternative to levelling up Maddock April 2022
L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science UK & Ireland Rising Talent Awards 2022 | Applications Open
The For Women in Science Team
We are pleased to announce that applications for the 2022 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science UK & Ireland Rising Talent Programme opened on Monday 6th December. Please help spread the word.
Feminist activists on Brexit - and Democracy - March 2021
12-month, salaried job and professional development programme February 2021
Do you have experience working or volunteering in a frontline-based role in your community, or have lived experience of issues affecting working-class communities? Are you keen to develop your career, getting paid whilst undertaking first-class professional development and having a say on how funding is spent? Do you consider yourself to be from a working-class community? You may like to consider applying for 2027 – but hurry, applications close at midday on 31st March 2021!
Women's Black Lives Matter
Four years ago the Black Lives Matters Global Organisation began to organise itself into a chapter based movement fighting for the freedom, liberation and justice of Black people in America.
The events of the past few weeks, with the senseless murder of George Floyd, and the ravaging impact of the COVID19 Coronavirus Pandemic where people from Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities have been dying at four times the rate of their white counterparts within the UK, it is timely and sobering anchor point for Bristol Women’s Voice to fundamentally state that BLACK LIVES MATTER.
As a Black woman of Jamaican heritage born in Britain and raised in Britain, and as the Director of this organisation I will use my platform to say that structural, systemic racial inequality is not new. It is now, with the power of video-smartphone technology, and the undeniable death rate of COVID19 that the decades of consistent, unrelenting compressions of racial inequality for BAME communities are coming to light in ways that we, all of us, can not turn away from. When you plant seeds, the harvest of that seed will grow. The seeds have been structural and systemic inequity, the harvest is disparity for people from BAME communities across every area of life:
Research outcomes from the Runnymede Trust and University of Manchester Centre of Ethnicity (CoDE), the Race Equality Foundation and IMKAAN (organisation outline how structural racial inequality continues to exist in the UK
PPE not fit for women, says Prospect, May 2020
The union for professionals, including health and safety staff, Prospect says personal protective equipment is not fit for a diverse workforce.
Feminist Research Opportunity on Covid-19, by July 2020
Feminist Studies Call for Commentaries
The COVID-19 pandemic