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The Safe Network, which provides information and resources to keep children safe, has launched an updated version of Keeping our children safe: Raising awareness in black and minority ethnic communities.
The Safe Network, which provides information and resources to keep children safe, has announced the launch of a new safeguarding resource for faith groups, the Multi-faith safeguarding hub.
On Wednesday 19 November at FaithAction’s Too Significant to Ignore national conference in Westminster, Together in Service presented their Together in Service Spotlight Awards to eight projects, including East Midlands social enterprise Communities Inc.
Taking place on Friday 5 December from 11am to 2pm, including lunch, at Victoria Centre, Wellingborough, this free funding advice event is for BME-led organisations who wish to undertake a heritage project, exploring history nature or cultural tradition.
Taking place on Tuesday 3 February at Nottingham Conference Centre this event will enable delegates to immerse themselves in Roma culture for a day, find out the do’s and don’ts for engaging with East European Roma communities, and bring along their own practice issues to trouble-shoot with the trainers.
Taking place on Thursday 26 February at Aston University, Birmingham this conference will focus on commissioning outcomes for Gypsies and Travellers.
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