Three new reports on partnership working between faith and local government.
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Celebrating the Faith Health Action Partnership
Around 50 attendees gathered in Christ Apostolic Church in Tower Hamlets last week to celebrate the achievements of the Faith Health Action Partnership project (FHAP). The FHAP project was funded by the Public Health team at Tower Hamlets Council, led and coordinated by FaithAction, and […]
Young Carers Action Day 2023
Yesterday was Young Carers Action Day, an annual event organised by Carers Trust. Earlier this year, Carers Trust carried out a survey of over 1,100 young and young adult carers. The results of the survey have been published, and show that: 56% of respondents to […]
NHS England Diabetes Programme: Examples of projects that address health inequalities
The NHS England Diabetes Programme and Diabetes UK are looking for good examples of projects to address health inequalities in diabetes care and treatment in any of the following groups: Ethnic minorities (including Black African, Black Caribbean, South Asian, or any other underserved community) People […]
Carers UK – Unpaid carers: preventing malnutrition and supporting positive nutrition
Carers UK are hosting a webinar on Wednesday 22nd March from 3-4pm to launch their new report, Spotlight on Nutrition. The report will provide new insight on unpaid carers views and priorities when caring for relatives and friends who are underweight or overweight. Taking perspectives […]
The New Normal: Life After Lockdown for LGBTQIA+ People in England
The National LGBT Partnership, fellow members of the VCSE Health & Wellbeing Alliance, have produced a new report – The New Normal: Life After Lockdown for LGBTQIA+ People in England The COVID-19 pandemic has both highlighted and exacerbated existing health inequalities for already marginalised and […]
Friendly phone call support launch marks new era for NHS Volunteer Responders programme.
NHS Volunteer Responders has reopened requests for Check In and Chat and Check In and Chat Plus volunteers to help patients who feel isolated or lonely by providing regular friendly phone calls. The decision to bring the service back follows insight from GPs and social […]
- 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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