Location: Benwell, Newcastle upon Tyne
Salary: £14,654 per annum
Hours worked: 22 hours per week
Contract: initial 2 year fixed term
Closing Date: 17th October 2011, 17:00
Salary: £17 – 22,000 per annum pro rata
Hours worked: 25 hours per week
Contract: 2 years fixed term
Closing Date: 18th October 2011, 12:00
The Intercultural Arts Marketplace, taking place on Thursday 27 October, 10.30am – 4pm @ Brunswick Methodist Church as part of the regions' BLACK HISTORY MONTH events.Intercultural Arts will be presenting a lively market place of exhibitions, displays, music and poetry performances to showcase a selection of some of the North East’s diverse arts talent.Stalls and exhibitions run from 10:30am – 4pm.Lunchtime performance by CROSSINGS GROUP, poetry by WAJID HUSSAIN & PETER ADEGBIE of WOR POETS and dance by APPETITE DANCE PRODUCTIONS: 1 – 1.45pm.
The event is FREE
4 October 2011, Barking
18 October 2011, Brent
20 October 2011, Hounslow
1st November 2011, Lewisham
ROTA is partnering with RAMFEL, Asian Women's Resource Centre, Lewisham Refugee Network (LRN) and Hounslow Tamil Community Centre to offer free training on the Equality Act 2010.
Compact Week is an annual campaign held to promote the Compact, the longstanding agreement that sets out shared commitments and guidelines for partnership working between government and the voluntary sector.
The week engages voluntary organisations, government departments, local authorities and other public sector partners working with the Compact locally or nationally. Various events and activities take place across England throughout the week.
Emerging BME Social Entrepreneurs
Patrice Ferguson, Inspired Interaction
Patrice Ferguson is a budding student at the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE). She is due to graduate in March 2012. A number of BME social entrepreneurs have been being supported by SSE’s Enterprising Community Advisors Programme (ECAP) which is delivering a 12 month practical part-time learning programme for aspiring social entrepreneurs who have suffered inequality and disadvantage. ECAP’s aim is to support communities to set up new organisations and expand existing ones to represent their communities’ interests. Learning by ECAP enabled Patrice to ‘be more concise in her delivery’ of her project, Inspired Interactions.
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