Three new reports on partnership working between faith and local government.
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by Daniel Singleton
It was my birthday recently and, strangely, I was looking forward to the day. Growing up, birthdays were not a big thing. The Singletons made more of Christmas, which of course is a birthday of sorts but at Christmas everybody gets to exchange gifts. Christmas […]
The Homeless Health Consortium: Resources for conversations about health
The Homeless Health Consortium, part of the VCSE Health & Wellbeing Alliance have published resources a suite of resources aimed at supporting staff and volunteers to have conversations about health, as part of their Bridging the Health Gap project. People experiencing homelessness face some of […]
Samaritans: Insights from experience : economic disadvantage, suicide and self-harm
The Samaritans, with partners from the Suicide Prevention Consortium, part of the VCSE Health & Wellbeing Alliance, have been exploring the relationship between economic disadvantage, suicide risk and self-harm in people’s own words. They heard experiences relating to difficulty with housing, issues around social care, […]
Jo Cox Foundation: Great Get Together
Get involved with this year’s Great Get Together! Run by the Jo Cox Foundation, the Great Get Together celebrates what unites us and rejects division, inspired by Jo Cox’s message that we have more in common than that which divides us. Great Get Together events […]
Homeless Health Consortium: Preparing for the risk of suicide
The Homeless Health Consortium, part of the VCSE Health & Wellbeing Alliance, have been working on a project on suicide prevention. They have produced a range of resources to support practitioners and their organisations to be better equipped to work with people who are at […]
Friends Families & Travellers: Make energy grants available to all
Friends Families & Travellers, fellow members of the VCSE Health & Wellbeing Alliance, are asking people to join them to make a stand by asking your MP to expand the energy support available, to include Romany and Traveller families living on roadside camps and liveaboard […]
- 19 April - FaithAction Coffee House: Welcoming New Arrivals from Hong KongJoin us as we look at how faith groups are supporting new arrivals from Hong Kong settle into their new communities through Café Connect.
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