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The Prince's Trust

A new report from The Prince’s Trust and the Learning and Work Institute warns that young people will increasingly bear the brunt of the unemployment crisis, at a growing cost to the UK economy.
NICVA's Individual Giving 2021 research
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NICVA

People in Northern Ireland gave significantly less to charity during the last 12 months compared to the same period in 2019. That’s according to new research from NICVA into charitable giving in Northern Ireland.
Free Transformative Leadership Programme
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NICVA

If you are aged 18 or over and living or working in the Belfast City Council area, the Transformative Leadership Programme is for you.
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Belfast Central Mission

Lisburn man David Gallagher is undertaking the herculean task of having informal catch ups via Zoom for a period of 36 hours in a fundraising effort for Copelands, a new residential and dementia care project from Belfast Central Mission (BCM).
Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review Celebrates its Fifteenth Anniversary with a Special Collection
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Centre for Global Education

Policy and Practice has become one of development education’s most articulate vehicles for debating inequalities both within and between the global North and South, encouraging active engagement on the part of learners to address these injustices. 
Business or office headsets from Standard Utilities
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Charityline

Office headphones have come a long way since the late 1900s. Now they can be wireless or bluetooth, built to last and designed for comfort. And with so many of us working from home, they deliver noise-cancelling solutions just when we need them the most!
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CommunityNI

CommunityNI is launching two new features to help widen access to services and better meet the needs of communities.
Social Security Law and Practice Bulletin - Spring 2021
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Law Centre NI

Law Centre NI has published the Spring 2021 edition of its Social Security Law and Practice Bulletin.
Louise Collins (OG Clinical Nurse Specialist, Belfast Trust), Ciara Toal (Assistant Service Manager, Cancer Services), Maureen Toner (OG Clinical Nurse Specialist, Belfast Trust), Helen Setterfield (chair, OG Cancer NI), Ray Kennedy (surgeon, Belfast Trust), Karen Graham (OG Clinical Nurse Specialist, Belfast Trust) and Nicole Patton (CNS Support Worker, Belfast Trust) outside the Cancer Centre at the Belfast City Hospital ahead of the launch of the OG Cancer 2021 Catch It Early campaign.
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Excalibur Press

Drive to raise awareness of oesophageal-gastric cancers Northern Ireland charity OG Cancer NI today (22.03.21) warned people with symptoms of oesophageal and stomach cancer to contact their doctor as soon as possible as they launch their “Catch It Early”
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Consumer Council

firmus energy has today (Tuesday 23 March 2021) announced it will be increasing its gas prices by 14% in the Greater Belfast area from 15 April 2021.
Action Cancer
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Sonya Cassidy PR

The NI Sales and Customer Service team at Newry-based veterinary pharmaceutical giants Norbrook are on the move to raise funds for leading, local cancer charity Action Cancer!
Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review
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Centre for Global Education

Under the editorial lead of Stephen McCloskey, the Centre for Global Education today releases its fifteenth anniversary special edition of Policy and Practice: A Development Education review.
Action Cancer
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Sonya Cassidy PR

Action Cancer launched a ‘blended’ service as Covid-19 further alienates cancer patients and manifests feelings of “immense fear, loneliness and isolation”
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Abbots Cross Primary School

We are delighted to announce that work on our Nurture Unit has begun.
The Centre for Cross Border Studies is calling on civic society organisations and local authorities in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to participate in this important quarterly survey.
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The Centre for Cross Border Studies

The Centre for Cross Border Studies is calling on civic society organisations and local authorities in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to participate in this important quarterly survey.
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Business Services Organisation, Procurement and Logistics Service ( BSO PaLS)

3441681 - Tender for the establishment of a Dynamic Framework Agreement for the provision of Trauma Informed and Trauma Specific Interventions
Centre for Global Education launches Policy and Practice: A Global Education Review
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Centre for Global Education

Under the editorial lead of Stephen McCloskey, the Centre for Global Education has just released its fifteenth anniversary special edition of Policy and Practice: A Development Education review.
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RNID

Census day is Sunday 21 March 2021 and for the first time the Deaf community in Northern Ireland will be able to access questions in their first language.
Noyona Chundur and William Warke
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Consumer Council

The Consumer Council has returned over £1 million to consumers and businesses in Northern Ireland since 1 April 2020.
Image shows calendar showing March 21st Census Day
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Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency

Census 2021 is here and you should have received your pack in the post. You don't have to wait until census day you can complete as soon as your pack arrives. Here's a guide on how to complete and the help available.
Playday 2021
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PlayBoard NI

Playday is the national day for play in the UK, traditionally held on the first Wednesday in August. Playday 2021 will be celebrated on Wednesday 4 August.
Tracey Robinson joins Standard Utilities telecoms
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Charityline

We are delighted to welcome Tracey Robinson to Charityline and Standard Utilities. Tracey brings a wealth of sector experience and has recently joined us from social enterprise, Fresh Minds Education.
Have you got what it takes to tackle the climate crisis?
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British Council Northern Ireland

The British Council in partnership with Co-operation Ireland are calling for young, inspired people in Northern Ireland to join an online training programme to help tackle some of the biggest issue facing our planet.
Action Cancer
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Sonya Cassidy PR

Are you struggling to make healthy choices during the pandemic?
Cancer patient Jill Tsang gave up smoking, with the help of the Cancer Focus NI stop smoking service, because she promised her son.
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Cancer Focus Northern Ireland

Cancer patient Jill Tsang is urging smokers to stub out the habit and Make March your Month to Quit.