10 January, 2018
Bristol is one of 7 areas across England which will benefit from a share of £1.2 million to fund projects in 2018 to mark 100 years since women were first allowed to vote.
 
8 January, 2018

People in the UK remain willing to become involved in society but attracting people from more diverse backgrounds remains a challenge, says a new report from NCVO.

18 December, 2017

 

To deliver on citizens’ high hopes during tough times, working more effectively with local voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations (VCSE) is a smart place to start. Voscur’s submission to Bristol City Council’s corporate strategy and budget consultation therefore sets out a number of ways the VCSE sector is able to play a full and meaningful role in shaping the future of our city and its citizens.

15 November, 2017
 
This week (13 – 17 November) is Anti-Bullying week. Coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and supported by SafeToNet, this week is designed to shine a spotlight on bullying and to encourage all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. 
 
This year’s Anti-Bullying week theme is 'All Different, All Equal'. The aim is to:
 
13 November, 2017
 
The City Office has launched a 6-month positive action programme aimed at improving the representation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic employees in senior leadership roles within Bristol and the wider area.
 
The “Stepping Up” programme has been designed in partnership with employers to create a talent pool of future leaders who more readily reflect our multi-cultural communities but may not have had (until now) the opportunity to fulfill their potential.
 
28 September, 2017
 
Parliament's summer recess is over, and elected MPs are returning to Parliament, fresh from their conferences.
 
10 October, 2017
 
Black History Month takes place in October and celebrates the culture, history and achievements of Britain’s African and Caribbean communities.
 
For many years, Bristol has gone to great lengths to celebrate Black History Month and 2017 is no exception. There is a varied programme of events planned across the city this October, including music, exhibitions, theatre, workshops, walks, talks and more!
 
Bristol Mayor, Marvin Rees, says:
 
29 September, 2017
 

 

Date/Time: 
Saturday, 14 October, 2017 -
11:30 to 13:30
4 October, 2017
 
Bristol Ageing Better (BAB) has committed £880,000 to commission exciting new initiatives that help older people in the city enjoy a fulfilling later life. 
 
The money will fund nine projects which focus on reducing social isolation by improving wellbeing, and empowering older people. These include therapy-based support and activities, food and nutrition projects and intergenerational work.
 

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