Invitation from Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership:
We would like to invite you to the GHSCP session to review our equalities progress in the last year. The session is for social care and health staff across the HSCP, our community planning partners and members of the Glasgow Equality Forum.
Date : Thursday 15th June 2017. Read more…
Glasgow’s LGBT+ Network wants to hear from you.
Complete the survey now at www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GlasgowLGBTI
Glasgow’s newly established LGBT+ Network is looking for your input to help gather information about services and activities provided in Glasgow for LGBTI people. The research will bring together important information to help improve the lives of LGBTI people in Glasgow.
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Mental Health Foundation
Mental Health Awareness Week: Surviving or Thriving? 8th – 14th May
Glasgow Women’s Voluntary Sector Network invite you to a free ‘Open Space’ event:
Women in Glasgow Have Your Say!
“These outcomes are not meant to encompass all the work to reduce inequality in the City. Instead they reflect what are considered to be the priorities and form a framework on which the Council will build its equality agenda. Included within the report on the Equality Outcomes is a Statement of Intent that summarises the Council’s broader commitment to equality.”
Ref: Equality Outcomes Glasgow City Council, March 2017 Read more…
Disabled Access Day – A Euan’s Guide initiative – will run from the 10th – 12th March this year, with events throughout the country.
Glasgow Equality Forum (GEF) members met on 25th January 2017 to review GCC’s draft Equality Outcomes 2017-2021 and provide feedback.
The following documents were submitted by GEF
Capacity building sessions on evaluating anti-prejudice projects
The sessions form part of a wider programme of work being undertaken by CRER for the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
These sessions will focus on developing effective, proportionate approaches to evaluating anti-prejudice projects or interventions, and will be especially useful for organisations with more limited experience of evaluation.
Capacity building sessions are on:
- 16th February in Glasgow
- 21st February in London and
- 22nd February in Cardiff
Book on Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/2igsU0R