Do you share our belief that every young person should have the opportunity to access art in schools that represent the rich diversity of society? The Runnymede Trust is recruiting a Project Lead and two Project Researchers for their new partnership with Freelands Foundation to deliver the first major research commission into access to the visual arts for Black, Asian and ethnically diverse students in the UK.
Carers Network are looking for someone who is empathetic and confident to engage and support conversations around matters relating to death, dying and bereavement with both carers and professionals. Closing date to apply is Monday 5th July 2021, 9am.
Women & Girls Network is recruiting a Human Resources Administrator. This is an excellent opportunity for you if you have strong administrative skills and a keen interest in working within a human resources environment. The Human Resources Administrator will be a core role, providing the comprehensive, efficient, proactive administrative support necessary to underpin WGN’s human resources function.
Researchers from University College London have teamed up with film
makers from Dura Films to co-develop a script for a feature film exploring
awareness and Dementia. We need your help! Participants will be asked to attend 12 – 14 one-hour workshops held between April – December 2021 on Zoom and will be reimbursed £15/hr for their time.
This role at Kensington and Chelsea Social Council (KCSC) will provide specialist advice and support to voluntary and community organisations (mainly charities and social enterprises) which deliver health and wellbeing services within Kensington and Chelsea, and North Westminster.
Do you love using/sharing 'art’ to prompt creative moments and enjoyment with others? Would you help us to support a person living with dementia to lessen the social isolation and loneliness they face? If your answer is ‘yes’ then please DO join us as a volunteer Creative Befriender.
Do you or someone in your family receive council-funded personal assistance/ care at home from a care worker or nurse? The Bureau Local is investigating how care at home has been impacted during the pandemic and excess deaths amongst this group. Health inequality reporter, Vicky Gayle, would like to hear from personal assistance users, relatives, and care workers, also from academics and professionals working in this field or who have a vested interest in domiciliary care, such as advocates.