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11 Nov Millennium Now is inviting applications for projects that will generate the following outcomes: * Create stronger connections between people and communities * Develop creative projects that have UK-wide relevance * Communities are involved in designing and delivering projects
11 Nov An article recently published in the Sunday Telegraph Scotland magazine looks at the impact mentoring can have on young people.
04 Nov Scottish Mentoring Network is hosting a stand within the Scottish Parliament during the week beginning 7th November 2011, with the aim of raising the profile of mentoring in Scotland.
04 Nov On the 31st of October a motion was heard in the Scottish Parliament supporing the work of the Scottish Mentoring Network. The motion was raised by Sandra White and has been supported by a number of other members. Read the full motion below....
27 Oct Scottish Mentoring Network is hosting a stand within the Scottish Parliament during the week beginning 7th November 2011, with the aim of raising the profile of mentoring in Scotland. If you have any posters, fliers or leaflets specifically about your mentoring project or mentoring in general we would appreciate it if you could contact us.
27 Oct Two women who admitted assaulting a man in April 2011 have been ordered by Dundee Sheriff Court to attend a special mentoring service and to remain of good behaviour for six months.
27 Oct A pioneering American programme aimed at changing attitudes to casual sexism and acceptance of abuse is to be trialled by the Violence Reduction Unit. The Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) programme, developed by Dr Jackson Katz to help combat casual sexism in sports changing rooms, is used in colleges across the US.
20 Oct The keynote speech at this year's Annual Scottish Mentoring Network Conference and Recogniton Awards will be delivered by Dr Carol Craig, the Chief Executive of The Centre for Confidence and Well-being. We are very pleased to welcome Carol as our keynote speaker and she has kindly provided us with a brief biography to share with our members and conference delegates.
20 Oct The Scottish Book Trust is inviting applications for its New Writers Awards 2011/12 with part of the prize on offer being the opportunity to work with a mentor for nine months along with financial support to allow writers to focus on their work.
20 Oct The Get Connected and Lead: maximising the influence of minority voices project is now up and running in four local authority areas in Scotland. The project aims to give disabled people more of a say in the decisions which are made both for and about them by bringing disabled people and service providers together to look at ways of putting the disabled person into the heart of the decision making process.