We’ve updated our profile.
Showing results 21 to 30 of 661 total results.
Social Care and Justice: Organisations working with offenders, can access re-offending data through the Justice Data Lab
18 Apr This new initiative aims to help voluntary sector organisations access data about reoffending and has been launched by the Ministry of Justice. It will help smaller charities get the data they need to prove their effectiveness and help them win contracts in the government's reforms to the probation service.
18 Apr The Wyseliot Charitable Trust has funding available to charitable organisations in the UK for general charitable purposes. There is no maximum level for grants but previous grants have been for between 2k and 5kand applications can be submitted at any time.
Funding: The Paul Hamlyn Foundation Social Justice programme aims to help marginalised individuals and communities become integrated
18 Apr he Social Justice programme aims to help marginalised individuals and communities become integrated. They see integration as a two-way process in which society at large and specific communities adapt, understand and benefit.
12 Apr Six projects are to receive a share of 7.7million to establish a national network of mentoring schemes to tackle Scotland's high re-offending rates.
12 Apr Better By Design is BIG Scotland's way of offering free, intensive, expert and bespoke support, from Taylor Haig and the Young Foundation, experts in organisational change and business planning, for organisations that want to take part in service redesign in their work.
12 Apr Over the past few months, a few new organisations have become members of Scottish Mentoring Network. These new members come from different areas of Scotland and have different focuses in relation to mentoring and will make excellent additions to the existing networks.
05 Apr Mentoring Development Set to Boost Business: Inverness-based sfG Software has successfully launched a pioneering system that will revolutionise the practice of business mentoring. MentorNet, a paperless method of tracking individuals' progress, has received critical acclaim from a range of national clients.
05 Apr Charity announces 100k funding boost for Scotland's minority ethnic communities
05 Apr The CRBS training programme consists of a wide range of FREE workshops held at their offices in Stirling. In addition, CRBS also offer PVG, Signatory and Enrolment training online. Local events can be arranged at a cost if the venue, catering facilities and a minimum of 12 delegates can be arranged by the organisation.
27 Mar In January 2012, South West Scotland Community Justice Authority launched The Ripple Effect Toolkit, aimed at raising staff awareness of victims' issues. As part of the ongoing roll-out of the toolkit a series of free multi-agency Ripple Effect Victim Awareness Training Events have been organised which will be delivered in partnership by South West Scotland CJA and local Victim Support Scotland services.