Civil Society and the Future of Cities, 18 October 2017

Date/Time: Wednesday, 18 October, 2017, 16:00 to 17:00 Location: Watershed, 1 Canon’s Rd, Bristol, BS1 5TX Cost: £4.50 for Voscur members / £9 non-members / £6 concessions Organised/hosted by: Julia Unwin, Civil Society Commission ‘A civil society is a public space between the state, the market and the ordinary household, in which people can debate…

Peerfest 2017

Taking place this year on 9 October 2017, Peerfest is a national annual event celebrating the importance, power and diversity of peer support. It’s a welcoming, inclusive and inspirational event bringing peers together to network, share skills and experiences through workshops, creative activities, debate and The Marsh Awards. We are thrilled to be working alongside…

Journey to Justice Bristol

Bristol is proud to host the Journey to Justice travelling exhibition alongside a host of city-wide events this coming October 2017. We have been working with a wide range of community groups, public organisations volunteers and supporters in Bristol who share our commitment to honour the history of social justice. Our aim is to inspire everyone…

Avon and Somerset Hate Crime Champions Initiative – Do you have Inspirational young Human Rights activists who would like to contribute to their local communities?

As part of Avon and Somerset’s plan to address Hate Crime they are working with other key partners such as SARI (the local Hate Crime Charity) and have introduced a Hate Crime Champion concept in parts of the force.  These Champions are trained to have an enhanced knowledge and understanding of the types of hate…

Inner city network

A small group of people representing organisations in the inner city have been meeting to think about the benefits and opportunities of coming together as an inner city network. We invited a wide range of people to join us in this conversation and this is where we have got to. Informal networking/information sharing We agreed…