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IN-Ren Newsletter - 02 August


IN-Ren Meeting

The next IN-Ren Network meeting is on:

Monday 21 August from 15:00-16:00

Please contact Zaffir - zhakim@engagerenfrewshire.com to register.

 

Information

Mears Stakeholder Newsletter April - June 2023

THRE Bulletin July 2023


Minority Ethnic Matters Overview - 24 July 

 

Blog

Renfrewshire Third Sector Asylum Seeker Network - 26 July 2023

 

Engage IN-Ren Black History Month Awards 2023

Does your organisation or group have an idea for an event or an activity to help celebrate Black History Month and promote ant-racism in October?

Every year October marks Black History Month (BHM) in Scotland and across the UK. BHM is a celebration which recognises the achievements and contributions of people of diverse heritage around the world, and remains a powerful symbolic celebration and a time for acknowledgement, reflection, and inspiration. 

IN-Ren would like to increase anti-racism and integration activity in Renfrewshire by making small awards of up to £500, to local organisations/groups to support and encourage activity that celebrates BHM during October 2023.

Applications are encouraged from voluntary, ‘not for profit’ organisations, associations, groups and clubs or consortiums/partnerships which have a strong community focus for their activities.

Closing date for application forms is 5pm, 18 August 2023

For more Information contact info@engagerenfrewshire.com or call 0141 887 7707.

 

Renfrewshire Employability Grant Programme Round 2


The aim of this grant programme is to support people to move towards, into and within work. To do this, we need to help local people to develop the skills and confidence employers are looking for. But to reach those people, we all need to work together at a local level to provide the best possible services to those who need them most.

In this round we are looking for organisations who don’t necessarily have a strong employability focus/remit. This includes the mental health support and the light touch work with young people and people with criminal convictions.

 

Vacancy

Scottish Refugee Council are hiring for one exciting position this month!

Job Title: Peer Development Coordinator
Salary: £28,291
Contract: Full time (36 hrs p/w), Permanent
Location: Glasgow/Hybrid Working

Deadline to apply: 8th August 2023 at 5pm

For more info, and to apply, click here

 

FREE Online Workshop - Banking and Online Banking - 24 August

Please note t´╗┐hese workshops are not intended for staff of organisations but have been designed and funded to provide financial support to disproportionately disadvantaged groups within Scotland.

CEMVO Scotland's Financial Capability Project will be delivering workshops on various financial topics throughout this year.

The aim of the Financial Capability Project is to empower ethnic minority (EM) communities across Scotland to become more confident and better informed about the financial choices and decisions they make to help improve their resilience for the future.

These interactive workshops are for all ethnic minorities across Scotland who would like to improve their finances and resilience for the future. All our workshops are 100% impartial we will not be promoting any financial products or services.

Find out more and book here


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