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Learning Disability England: Equal Treatment Funding Opportunity
Learning Disability England are launching a new project about peer support and self-advocacy groups led by or including people with a learning disability from minority ethnic groups. Equal treatment is about challenging racism and health inequalities experienced by people with learning disabilities from minority ethnic […]
Sign up to the VCSE Health and Wellbeing Alliance newsletter
FaithAction is a member of the VCSE Health and Wellbeing Alliance; The Alliance will be relaunching their newsletter on 12th October. Brought to you by the Department of Health and Social Care and co-produced by system partners and members, you will receive updates about the work […]
Call for evidence: Mandatory COVID certification in Plan B
The government is now inviting responses to the details on the proposed certification regime which could be introduced as part of Plan B of the 2021 Autumn/Winter Plan. The policy is still being shaped, and responses on the workability of the proposed policy may still […]
Call for evidence: The UK Commission on Bereavement
The UK Commission on Bereavement is an independent commission set up to review the experiences of, and support available for, people affected by bereavement, and to make recommendations to key decision-makers. The commission is independent of government and supported by a steering group of charity […]
Research on Men’s Sheds, mental health and loneliness
Researchers at the University of East Anglia are launching a new project to see how Men’s Sheds can improve mental health and loneliness. Men’s Sheds are community spaces for men and women to come together, work shoulder-to-shoulder on projects, learn and share skills and build […]
- 20 October - FaithAction Coffee House: Restrictions on Hospital Visits
Join us as we look at the current restrictions on hospital visits & introduce FaithAction’s new Health & Wellbeing Collective
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