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Listed below are the various networking and city engagement opportunities that we know about and think will be of interest to projects and people that we are in contact with. New opportunities are added regularly (with the newest appearing at the top of the list)...

Newsletters from other Capacity and Support organisations (January 2016)

postboxAs well as picking out interesting pieces of information and resources to share in individual articles, in the different sections of this website and collated email, we also try to gather together the various newsletters from other capacity building, development and support projects and organisations that might be of use to LCCT connected projects and people.

Click on the titles or logos below to access the latest news from each organisation...

Doing Good Leeds (Voluntary Action Leeds)

Young Lives Leeds

Network Leeds

Leeds Church Institute

Faith in Action

Livability

NAVCA

NCVO

 

 

 

 

Winter night shelter for destitute asylum seekers

wydanWest Yorkshire Destitute Asylum Network (WYDAN) are proposing a series of night shelters in churches over the cold winter months for asylum seekers who are destitute and would otherwise be sleeping rough on the streets. A meeting was recently held at Leeds Church Institute to discuss these ideas and churches and other groups with suitable buildings are now being sought to take part in helping make this happen. Below is a report from Helen Reid for the Headingley Churches Together group which gives more information. Anyone wanting to get their church or project involved should contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

'A Day in the Life' work shadow scheme 2015/16

ncvo logoA Day In The Life is a work-shadowing initiative that provides a unique opportunity for staff from government and voluntary organisations to step into each other's shoes for a day and learn about how the other sector operates.

 

As well as improving cross-sector understanding, the programme helps participants find out about the roles and responsibilities of staff within another organisation, and the operational environments and wider contexts in which they work.

 

Newsletters from other Capacity and Support organisations

postboxAs well as picking out interesting pieces of information and resources to share in individual articles, in the different sections of this website and collated email, we also try to gather together the various newsletters from other capacity building, development and support projects and organisations that might be of use to LCCT connected projects and people. Click on the logos below to access the latest newsletter from each organisation...