- Thursday, 21st September 2017
- All Day
Three new reports on partnership working between faith and local government.
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As part of their COVID-19 recovery plan, the London Borough of Tower Hamlets Council decided to look to faith groups as delivery partners to improve health outcomes across the borough. As trusted partners through our work with the Tower Hamlets Inter Faith Forum, the borough’s […]
The Race Equality Foundation, part of the VCSE Health & Wellbeing Alliance, is transforming public services across the UK, using evidence to improve the outcomes for communities experiencing discrimination and disadvantage. Their office and training centre is in London. They are looking for a Research […]
The Race Equality Foundation has published a report on physical health checks for people with severe mental illness (SMI) from Black African and Caribbean communities. This project aimed to find out more about whether Black African and Caribbean people with SMI are aware of and […]
Carers Trust works to transform the lives of unpaid carers, their vision is that unpaid carers are heard and valued, with access to support, advice and resources to enable them to live fulfilled lives. Carers Trust has just launched a survey for young carers and […]
The NHS is working hard to improve maternity and neonatal services and they would like your help to shape how they do it. You can do this by completing their survey with your views. NHS England is writing an updated delivery plan for how they […]
MBRRACE-UK have published the MBRRACE-UK Saving Lives, Improving Mothers’ Care report for 2022. This report includes surveillance data on women who died during or up to one year after pregnancy between 2018 and 2020 in the UK. In addition, it also includes Confidential Enquiries into […]
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