All the events shown are free and open to the public. Full details of these and other events during the week, including times and venues are available on the registration page here https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/annual-festival-of-politics-international-relations-2018-tickets-50967674687 , where further updates will be posted. Directions can be found here Hope you are able to join us.
Archive | October, 2018
We are delighted to announce an opportunity to apply for a PhD Studentship on “Arts Engagement and Storytelling as Pathways to Solidarity with Refugees”. The successful candidate will be jointly hosted by The School of Politics and International Studies at the University of Leeds and the Community Partnerships team at Opera North. We are looking for someone […]
Nominations for the Igniting Inspiration Awards 2018 are about to close www.inspiringwomenchangemakers.co.uk/iwc-awards Last year there were loads of brilliant women nominated, for example Sada Abdalla Sawsan Zaza Bahar Kheshrawi Nakita Kayumba Michaela Sarkozyova This is also an opportunity for you (and others) to nominate in this year’s awards. The deadline is 5 November 2018. For […]
EU citizens living in the UK, and their family members, are invited to a: free drop-in session to talk about the EU Settlement Scheme taking place On: 7 November 2018 16:00 to 19:00 At: Compton community Hub, Harehills Lane, Leeds LS9 7BG If you’re a European Union (EU) citizen, you and your family will be able to apply […]
Do you know any young people with an interest in crime? Grant size and Deadline Grants of £500 – £2,500 are available. The deadline to submit your application is 12 noon on Thursday 8th November. Focus of the fund The Fund wants to encourage young people aged 5-25 years to work together to prevent and […]
The Refugee Council is undertaking a tender process to appoint an external supplier of basic Information Technology (IT) training for refugees in Leeds and other areas in Yorkshire who have arrived in the UK through the Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Programme. This ITT provides a brief background on the organisation, operating environment and details of the […]
I’d like to draw your attention to a new funding opportunity from Leeds City Council for a Language Hub grant programme. These grants are for community activities which support English language learning. Guidance and application forms will be shared in December, in the meantime, please see the below information to share with your contacts. If […]
Lincoln Green Film Festival is an innovative pilot project that aims to help transform communities through art and culture. ************** The launch will take place at the Bridge Community Church community centre. The event is open to all, no booking is needed and is free of charge. We will be showing an a multi award […]
New Roots – Leeds project is looking for volunteers to help run conversation clubs and drop ins. Check out the project flyer and volunteer task descriptions attached to find out more!
If you have an interest in right-wing politics, you may find this excellent blog of use. Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right and in particular their daily Blog covering stories from around the world. It’s not a particularly cheery read, but for an up-to-date scholarly perspective on extreme right-wing politics, it’s hard to beat. […]
via Beverley Adams at WYPolice The Hate Crime Community Projects Fund is now in its third year, and has supported 16 projects in the first two years giving out £560,000 to those projects. Do you know of any organisations who might wish to apply into this fund or who might be interested in working in […]
Lincoln Green Film Festival launches on Wednesday November 7 with FREE screenings at Bridge Community Church, Rider Street, Leeds, LS9 7BQ. Will be showing an a multi award winning French animated film: Azur and Asmar, 4:00pm and Senegalese film: The Pirogue, 7:00 pm. No need to book, come along and bring your friends! www.leedsfilmcity.com @leedsfilmfest […]