We support, promote and develop voluntary and community action in Middlesbrough.

Events

We advertise events and training of interest to clients, staff and volunteers of voluntary organisations in Middlesbrough.  We can advertise your event or training on our website for free.

An Introduction to Independent Advocacy

24 June 2019 - 10:00am

A day of training to provide professionals and non-professionals with practical working knowledge of independent advocacy.

An Advocate is someone who will support you, listen to you and can speak for you in times of need. At times people with complex needs may feel vulnerable and need support in getting their voice heard, if you feel no-one is listening to what you want or how you feel about a situation.

24
Jun

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Talk Cancer Training

25 June 2019 - 9:15am to 4:00pm

This session has been created by Cancer Research UK trainers with a nursing background.

Who is the training for?

Anyone who can promote health and wellbeing in their community.

What is Talk Cancer?

Our workshops equip and empower you to raise cancer awareness in your community by:

25
Jun

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Evaluation Workshops

25 June 2019 - 6:00pm to 30 July 2019 - 8:00pm

Do you have a great story to tell?

Sport clubs and community groups provide amazing opportunities for people of all ages throughout the Tees Valley but many find it difficult to tell their story.  Tees Valley Sports' new series of workshops will help you to share what you have achieved, raise awareness about the issues that concern you and support funding bids.

25
Jun

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Social prescribing: a workshop for VCOs across South Tees

26 June 2019 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm

If you are from a local voluntary organisation and if you are interested in the developments around social prescribing across Middlesbrough and Redcar & Cleveland, then this event is for you.

26
Jun

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Using Human Rights for Local Change

10 July 2019 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Social Rights Alliance North East invites you to advance social rights across Teesside and the North East.

Access to housing, education, social security, health and food are globally recognised as human rights. The UK has ratified several international treaties that say so. Despite this, poverty and destitution are on the rise, wages stagnate and housing situations worsen. The North East is often hit the hardest by damaging government policies and growing levels of inequality.

10
Jul

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