Training and Events
Maternity Action will be hosting another webinar on Wednesday 8 April, from 2-3pm, covering rights at work and benefits for pregnant women and their families in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. This webinar is targeted specifically at advisers to assist you in sharing accurate and up to date information with your service users.
Throughout April, Charity Digital will be publishing a range of content designed to help charities gain vital cyber security skills via the Cyber Essentials program to help individuals and organisations keep systems and devices secure
With new social distancing rules in place, we're now confined to working from our homes. This has some profound implications on how charities operate from a digital technology perspective. This podcast discusses how you can get your charity up to speed to support remote working through COVID-19, what tech can help you stay connected to colleagues, donors and networks and how we can operate in a secure, collaborative and productive manner.
Charity Digital's next webinar (23 April, 1-2pm) aims to provide you with the knowledge and skills to implement accessibility technology into your organisation, and shares why implementing this technology and building an accessibility strategy into your business is essential to sector inclusivity, your charity’s service delivery and recruiting the best possible employees for your organisation.
Young Legal Aid Lawyers is convening a special virtual meeting on Wednesday 8 April 2020 at 6.30pm via Zoom, to discuss pressing human rights and access to justice issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Justice During a Pandemic: A Virtual Roundtable on Legal Empowerment Approaches During the COVID-19 Crisis
Join Namati on April 14th, 2020 at 2pm for a discussion on how our legal empowerment work can address the justice challenges brought about or aggravated by the pandemic.
Join the Charity Digital team for a webinar on 9th April to chat through the digital tools, resources and strategies charities can put place to help manage the impact of COVID-19.
Are you facing the possibility of having to cancel or postpone your next forum or fundraising event? Tapp Network have organised a webinar on 9 April to walk you through the process of migrating your in-person event online. From communications strategies to choosing the right technology, the event will cover how to use what you’ve already created, and what needs to be done to make a successful virtual event.
This podcast talks about how technology can help charities be more prepared to support people with disabilities both inside and outside their organisations.
Maternity Action will be hosting a special webinar on rights at work and benefits for pregnant women and their families in light of the Covid-19 pandemic on Monday 23rd March 2 - 3pm. This webinar is targeted specifically at advisers working for CABs, charities and other similar organisations.
Charity digital have published this incredibly helpful webinar detailing how to produce an effective content strategy framework for your small charity. The webinar covers a range of useful topics including how to build personas online, engage with your audience and identify creative ways to deliver and re-purpose your content.
Published 16/03/2020 by Shanjun Zhu
The Money Advice Trust have launched an online course to equip professionals with knowledge, skills and confidence to identify and support customers with gambling, alcohol and substance addictions.
Frontline Network’s Annual Conference 2020 will be held on 24th June at Mary Ward House in London. This is a free event, open to frontline workers from across the UK who are working in the voluntary, public and statutory sectors with people experiencing homelessness. Tickets will be released mid-April via Eventbrite.
Equally Ours are conducting a free one-day training workshop on 27 March, 8 April, 14 May and 1 October 2020 to give people a broad grounding in the theory and practice of strategic communication, using insights from behavioural science. These workshops are particularly aimed at small voluntary sector organisations working in London, and those with lived experience of poverty or inequality are particularly encouraged to attend. Training takes place at the Age UK offices at 1-6 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9NA.
Listen to Economic Change's webinar on how to roll out a helpline service successfully. The webinar is great if you manage a helpdesk or helpline and want to expand your capacity, are looking to automate and capture new enquiries through the web, email and mobile integration.
Tickets are now available for esela's Annual Conference 2020: 'The Impact of Business in a Changing Climate'. The conference will be held on 27th - 28th April 2020 at the London School of Economics. Alongside the conference esela are also hosting side events: 'Climate Legal Action: The Hackathon' and 'The Academic Gathering'.
PILnet, the Global Network for Pubic Interest Law, are now accepting applications to their 2020 Fellowship Programme. The ideal candidate is a public interest advocate and recent graduate of a relevant academic legal program, such as an LL.M. or JD. The length of the fellowship is up to 6 months, with 3 months spent at PILnet's New York City office and the option to spend an additional 3 months in a field office. Candidates from Hong Kong and Taiwan, and those with independent funding are encouraged to apply. Rolling deadline.
The latest edition of ILTA’s Technology Talk series is an interactive Legal Design Thinking Workshop which will focus on digitising legal services without investing heavily in development resources. The workshop will be held on Monday, 27th April, at Shearman & Sterling, 9 Appold St, London.
Law for Life are organising a course that aims to help attendees deal with private landlords and local councils on issues of housing rights and homelessness, focusing in particular on issues that women face in securing and maintaining tenancies. The course is free of charge, and is aimed at grassroots and community groups who support women living in precarious housing situations.
The Centre for Justice Innovation is launching the findings of their report on the state of existing practice in youth courts. We have details of their launch event on 25th March from 1 pm in London and an overview of their report.