Events & Training
Tuesday 19th Sep 2017 at Brunswick House, Training Room, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow, G1 1UZ (Free)
Wednesday 6th Sep 2017 at Volunteer Centre, 41 Airport Road, Balivanich, Isle of Benbecula
Thursday 9th Nov 2017 at Bridge Community Centre, Bayhead Embankment, Bayhead, Stornoway HS1 2EB
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T in the Street: celebrating the trophy won at 2017 GWT Recognition Awards in Intergenerational work
T in the Street: a project from Williamwood High School & The Richmond Fellowship Scotland
Our thunderclap launches this Saturday, here's how to sign up before it's too late.
The ‘Care…about physical activity (CAPA) improvement programme’ will work with partnerships across Scotland to build the skills, knowledge and confidence of social care staff to enable those they care for to increase their levels of physical activity and move more often. Also, social care staff will discover ways to be more active themselves. The Care Inspectorate has been commissioned by the Scottish Government to lead the programme.
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The publication entitled "Aging in the Social Space" by Łukasz Tomczyk & Andrzej Klimczuk is a compilation of studies that relate to the theoretical understanding and empirical solutions, acquiring knowledge about the areas of problem, determining similarities regarding social, legal, economic, moral and ethical views on issues concerning the elderly in society, which are closely linked and connected.
Nesta are currently working with arts and heritage funders, Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund to explore the potential of crowdfunding.
The Fund will help enable community bodies and third sector organisations in our most deprived and fragile communities to develop and deliver long-term local solutions that address local priorities and needs, increase active inclusion and build on the assets of local communities to reduce poverty and to enable inclusive growth.
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Balhousie Primary School has a catchment area with high unemployment, single parent families as well as a very large proportion of children from Europe with over 50% having English as their second language. As a result of these factors, children frequently have no connection, bond or any form of communication with their grandparents or elderly as those members are not living locally.
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