Shoot a Scene with the NHS

The NHS in North West London is offering local community the opportunity to help design and make a video to support people living with diabetes.

This exciting opportunity comes during national Diabetes Week, as we join the rest of the nation to ‘know diabetes and fight diabetes’.

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Safeguarding Polish Children

The conference consists of three discussion panels. At the end of each, there will be time for a Q&A. There will be an opportunity to interact with the speakers and representatives of various organisations and services during coffee breaks and lunch time. Please find more details in attached document.

To ensure your organisation is represented, please confirm you attendance via email. We have limited spaces.

For further information and booking please contact us on 07976838571 or email info@pinuk.online

Entry free. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

Free ICT Courses, Internet usage and Career Guidance Sessions

that Global Skills Centre will be running Free Career Guidance Sessions and activities, including free internet access at  their centre in south Kilburn:
2 Masefield House,
Stafford Road,
London
NW6 5YU.

The course is for adults aged 18 years or over and will start on Monday 26th June 2017.

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Smart Cities and Communities: Connecting Citizens

Join us at Smart Cities and Communities: Connecting Citizens where we have invited key industry professionals from across the globe to help you implement smart technology strategies. New thinking is allowing city regions to explore solutions and create smarter, more connected places that can enhance service delivery and improve citizen’s lives.

The aim of this event is to tap into smarter and most innovative ways to support the complex needs of citizens and develop the infrastructure to overcome some of the grand societal challenges.

This topical event expands on agendas from our previous conferences and will also cover perceptions, experiences and ideas on what makes a city smart to help you tap into the revolution towards building healthier communities.

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Child Health Questionnaire

&F GP Federation is working with Healthy London Partnership to improve local services for children and young people, and we’ve developed an online questionnaire to get your feedback about how we can best help.

It takes just 5 minutes to complete, is anonymous and confidential, and your answers will be used to deliver teaching and support that is targeted to your needs. Feedback from GPs is that just completing the questionnaire has actually helped them identify areas in which they need to develop.

Link to questionnaire: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/PH8H85J

Investing in National Health and Wellbeing

Why Sports Media Group are proud to present the Creating Active Communities Conference to be held at The Royal Society of Medicine, Wimple Street, London on the 21st September 2017.
Councils and their local partners are perfectly placed to lead a step change in sport and physical activity participation rates that will improve the nation’s physical and mental wellbeing. Not only are councils the biggest public sector investor in sport and physical activity, spending in excess of £1.4bn per year, but their understanding of our communities enables them to target opportunities and encourage mass participation. Local Authorities have a critical leadership role to play in bringing organisations such as schools and voluntary sports and activity groups, National Governing Bodies, County Sports Partnerships, health and the private sector together in a place to unlock barriers to participation through collaboration and partnerships.
The reasons why people don’t participate in sport and physical activity are multiple and complex. They include cost, transport, poor facilities, time, the environment and people’s perceptions. Barriers vary between places and communities and therefore need to be addressed locally so that the necessary interventions can be targeted to individual’s needs. Councils and their partners, including Sport England, seek to have local understanding and intelligence to recognise the barriers to participation and lead collaborative action to overcome them working with communities.
The Creating Active Communities Conference aims to provide an outline of the nations ambitious ideas and seeks to expand on the insight of how, with a collective approach, we can prioritise investment and skills to deliver active communities for all. This conference is a must attend for all those working in sport and physical activity, central and local government, academics, students and practitioners alike and those who believe that the local government has an important part to play in delivering activity across the nation.

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Smart Cities and Communities: Connecting Citizens

Open Forum Events are delighted to introduce you to our Smart Cities and Communities: Connecting Citizens conference which will be taking place in London on the 9th November 2017. As world urbanisation continues to grow and the total population expected to double by 2050, there exists an increased need for better city-based services in transport, infrastructure and health that meet the current pressures and offer citizens a high-quality life. By taking advantage of the available resources, data and technologies, improving efficiency in healthcare and smart mobility has been put at the forefront of national and local strategies around the world.

Join us at Smart Cities and Communities: Connecting Citizens to explore the most innovative and efficient ways to use technology and data to tackle some of the biggest problems. Major city leaders and business figures from across the UK and internationally will share their views on how to develop smart and more connected cities.

November 9th, 2017 | 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
America Square Conference Centre, London

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Funders Fair- 4th July 2017 Update!!!

A chance to meet with funders, pick up tips to improve your fundraising and learn about new ways to generate income – Book Online

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Sport England Small Grants

15th June 2017 – Sport England Small Grants – Applying for Funding

Young Harrow Foundation and Voluntary Action Harrow Co-op will be running a session run to look specifically at applying to the Sports England Small Grant. This will be followed by an opportunity to have the application reviewed.This funding is looking to get more people engaged in sport and meet one of the following aims:~ get inactive people to become more ac…

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Social Investment Conference

‘Social investment’ refers to finance provided for voluntary and community groups and social enterprises by investors who expect to both get their investment back and to create social impact.

We’re running a conference with Harrow Council which will provide a detailed introduction to social investment, the types of investment available and the approaches you should take.

If your organisation needs to generate income, source funds to help provide services to local communities, or to expand and build capacity, then come a long and find out whether social Investment is right for y…

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