Earlier this year, we held events in London and Birmingham in partnership with the National Children’s Bureau which looked at social value from the perspective of both voluntary organisations and commissioners of services in the health and care sector and how social value can be […]
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A summer of turning points: sport, politics…and faith ?
by Andrew Welsby
On Sunday, I sat to watch, as did 17.4 million others, the second England national football team to reach a European Championship final in two years. This time, it was the turn of the England Women’s team, emulating what the men’s team had done the […]
Faith and spiritual care for first responders
Congratulations to FaithAction member Jacquetta Gomes, a member of SCA Spiritual Care Association FRCD First Responders Chaplain Division. Jacquetta has passed the SCA Crisis, Trauma, and First Response Certificate Course for Chaplains. The primary responsibility of a First Responder Chaplain is to provide emotional and […]
Friends Families & Travellers: Survey on Maternity Care
Fellow members of the VCSE Health & Wellbeing Alliance, Friends, Families and Travellers have been given some local and national funding to build a better understanding of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller womens’ experiences of maternal healthcare. They want to hear your experiences – good and […]
Healthwatch: Maternity services in North East London
Local Healthwatch engage with local people on their experience with health and social care services. They represent the voice of local people in the health and social care debate, and work with relevant stakeholders in health and social care to improve services for people like […]
Samaritans respond to Government consultation on new suicide prevention plan for England
Samaritans has submitted evidence to the Government’s consultation on a new suicide prevention plan for England. Samaritans leads the Suicide Prevention Consortium, part of the VCSE Health and Wellbeing Alliance. The plan, which was consulted on at the same time as a proposed 10-year Mental Health […]
- 07 September - APPG Faith & Society: Keeping the Faith 2.0: Embedding a new normal for partnership working in post-pandemic Britain (London )Join us for the launch of a new report on partnership working between faith groups and local authorities.
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