Women and Girls Network currently have the following job opportunities: Community Development Officer, Finance Officer, Gateway Coordinator and Honorary Counsellor (voluntary).
This is an opportunity for university students and new professionals to network with established professionals and form meaningful connections with professionals from a range of fields - from Business, Healthcare, IT, Education and Civil Service and many more.
Community development is core to PDT, and we seek to be at the forefront of good practice in widening and deepening community empowerment and cohesion within our work. In this context the postholder will have lead responsibility for developing and delivering the work of the Church Street and Westbourne and neighbourhood forums and for enabling residents to participate in the development of their local neighbourhood plans.
This is an exciting opportunity for a Family Support Team Leader (Befriending) to join the Family Lives Westminster team and to manage, develop and provide high quality, flexible services to parents, carers and their children (4-11 years and their siblings).
Come and join us on Wed 17th July 10am - 2pm at our African Community Fun Day filled with activities for all the family, focusing on self-care and wellbeing. There will be information stalls, head massage, henna, Hafza Studio will offer Somali art and design activities, complimentary food and guest speakers.
People from BAME backgrounds are more at risk of experiencing certain factors that cause loneliness and can often face greater barriers to accessing support. This is from the June 2019 report from the British Red Cross which explores the causes of loneliness and obstacles to seeking help for people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
Kings College London invites you to take part in a study investigating the psychological impact of racism on Arab-Muslim people living in London. You are eligible to take part in the study, if you: are over 18 years old, are Muslim with ethnic origin from an Arab-League Country,are living in London and you have experienced one or more racist incidents.
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are asking for views on their joint proposal to bring together the HIV inpatient services currently provided by both Trusts. The Trusts currently provide separate HIV inpatient services, at St Mary's Hospital and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital respectively, in north west London. They also provide a wide range of sexual health and HIV services across London.
Maternity action have a new Maternity Rights advice line for pregnant women and new parents living in London, we have a new advice line for maternity and employment rights. The new Freephone number to call is 0808 802 0057, open every weekday except Wednesdays from 10 am to 1 pm.
Women and Girls Network is currently recruiting for a Training Administrator and a Young Women’s Service Administrator. Both roles are part time with application deadline by the 29th July.