Livability: Working with Volunteers, Sheffield
Wednesday, 19 September 2012
Working with Volunteers, Sheffield
Manipulation or Motivation? How to make the most of the time, skills and experience of your volunteers
Date: 19 September 2012
Cost: £25 per person, including lunch
Venue: The Quaker Meeting House, 10 St James’ Street, Sheffield S1
More information: Call 0113 350 8070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To book: Visit www.livability.eventbrite.co.uk
With limited budgets and staff, all charities rely heavily on volunteers but… click here to find out more and book a place.
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Osborne's cuts are eroding the support for disabled people, which is completely out of kilter with public opinion.
Ed Balls' stammer shouldn't be mocked. We have blind MPs and MPs in wheelchairs, but one would be hard put to find incidences when their disability become a subject of mirth for political opponents.
A proposal by Tory backbenchers to let disabled people opt out of the minimum wage to find work has been dismissed as "preposterous".
Public spending cuts are likely to hit volunteering hard, a charity chief has warned.
While the government praises paralympians for their 'can do' attitude, it is busy withdrawing all the support that helped them become sporting heroes in the first place.
The welfare reform bill will affect millions of lives at their most vulnerable point – isn't that worth proper scrutiny?
Over a third of all those assessed for incapacity benefits between December last year and February this year were fit for work, according to government figures.
A new report has shown disability hate crime goes largely unreported. While some progress is being made, there is still a lot to be done to eliminate this problem entirely.
His personal popularity may be taking a bit of a battering in the polls - but Nick Clegg pulled the crowds in at the Liberal Democrat exhibition centre today during his tour of the stands.
The government sneaked out news of further redundancies at Remploy factories today, using a ministerial statement to announce 682 disabled workers' jobs were at risk.