Extraordinary meeting of London’s pan-equality hate crime network, Independence Day Friday 31st January

At the request of London’s pan-equality hate crime network HEAR is hosting an extraordinary meeting to bring together frontline civil society providers to discuss the future of funding London’s domestic abuse, hate crime, targeted abuse, ‘victims’ services and violent extremism frontline.

The agenda and discussion will be driven by attendees on the day but topics that are likely to be included are:

MOPAC and GLA transparency in tendering
Partnerships, consortia and joint working
Developing a sector-wide statement and Mayoral manifesto asks
Diversifying funding, valuing VCS expertise and sector(s) sustainability

Friday 31st January at Voluntary Action Islington, 200a Pentonville Road.

Please email mhairi@HEARequality.org.uk to book your place with any access, communication or dietary needs. If you are attending please complete and return this Questions for prior to 31.1.2020 charities challenging hate crime to help prompt discussions and create connections

Date and time:
Arrivals with FREE lunch from 13.00
Friday 31st January, 13.30-16.30
VAI, 200a Pentonville Road. N1 9JP.

 

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