As society emerges from a lengthy lockdown, where a number of School Age Childcare (SAC) providers had to close temporarily in order to survive, we are keen to understand the future needs of SAC-provision.
Allen & Overy’s Belfast Grants Committee is calling for charities that promote access to justice, or which support and develop education or employment projects in Northern Ireland, to apply for a share of GBP40,000 funding.
Commissioned by The Big Lunch this poll of 4,000 UK residents shows that millions of us are worried about increasing social pressure now that lockdown measures are beginning to lift, but we can all do something where we live with The Big Lunch this June.
Did you know that MS Teams used to be Skype for Business? Teams has certainly come a long way since the old Skype days and works wonderfully with a host of integrated software packages. Learn more about combining free MS Teams with cutting-edge solutions.
Technology plays a vital role in keeping people connected as Covid-19 keeps us apart and
it’s led to a record year for AbilityNetNI’s FREE tech help who have helped 6,878 individuals,
which is 27% more than the previous year.
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.
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 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.