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Cabinet Office has produced a guide for faith communities and local resilience forum partners who are involved in civil protection work.
Taking place on Tuesday 24 June from 9am to 4.30pm at the Riverside Centre, Pride Park, Derby, this free educational event will focus on tackling domestic violence and abuse in faith communities.
This free conference, taking place from on Thursday 26 June at the Bernie Grants Arts Centre, London N15 4RX will look at alternative perspectives to challenge inequality and discrimination.
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