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Vacancy: Your Space Community Wellbeing Development Worker

5th November 2021|Categories: Vacancies|

SALARY: NJC Scale Points 12-17, starting at £22,183 pa HOURS: 37 hours per week This role is fixed term up to March 2023, with the possibility of being extended Flexible working to include early evenings (groups) and occasional weekends  This role will be employed by Holbeck Together  This is an

Islamophobia Awareness Month (IAM) November 2021

4th November 2021|Categories: News|

What is IAM? IAM began in 2012 to deconstruct and challenge the stereotypes about Islam and Muslims and to create a much-needed workplace voice and counter narrative. This annual campaign aims to work with different organisations across society including Police and Crime Commissioners (PCC), local councils, journalists, local media outlets,

Leeds LGBT+ Minds Community Wellbeing Festival

3rd November 2021|Categories: News|

Leeds LGBT+ Minds are excited to announce our Community Wellbeing Festival, co-hosted by Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service and Trans Leeds. The festival will take place virtually and in-person between 29th November and 4th December 2021. This event is open to anyone who identifies as LGBTQIA+, lives or works in Leeds

Intersex Awareness Day – 26 October 2021

26th October 2021|Categories: Blog|

Intersex is an umbrella term and describes variations in sex characteristics from the stereotypical ones medically and socially associated with “male” and “female”. Differences in sex characteristics are a normal and natural part of the human experience, and much of the oppression faced by those who are intersex is caused

Digital Ways of Women Centred Working

25th October 2021|Categories: News, Partnership|

WomenCentre’s new report focuses on the ways Connecting Opportunities tried to meet the challenges for women and organisations at a time when measures in the UK meant that face-to-face service provision is not always possible. The report is based on lived experiences and contributions from women who were working, studying,

Asexual Awareness Week Blog

24th October 2021|Categories: Blog|

Asexuality can mean different things for different people. You can be asexual and find sex disgusting. You can be asexual and find it to be on par with doing the laundry. You can even be asexual and have lots of sex! As for me, not until I had spent a