Events and Training for Women
Enrollment Week 30th August 2016, Greenway WC Enrollment for upcoming term for training courses will commence Tuesday 30th August @ 09.30am. Further information on Training Programme can be obtained from Training Officer Helen Smyth contact on 02890799912 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgSummer Splash Community Relation’s Bus Trip 30th August 2016, FWIN You are invited to book a place on FWIN's Summer Splash Community Relation’s Bus Trip to the Auld Lamas Fair in Ballycastle on Tuesday 30th August. Followed by a trip along the Antrim Coast with dinner included. Summer Splash programme takes women from across the City and District away together which helps addresses social isolation and develops opportunities for individuals to extend their knowledge and understanding of each other’s cultures, beliefs, traditions, thus increasing their acceptance of and respect for diversity. By taking part in this project women will maintain networks of communication, trust and co-operation. Funded by Community Relations Council. For more info click here.Focus Group - DOJ Consultation on ‘New Approach’ to Funding of Support Services in Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector31st August 2016, Greenway WCWomen’s Regional Consortium Focus Group Engagement To be held @ Greenway Women's Centre.Faciltied via WSN. Subject: DOJ Consultation on ‘New Approach’ to Funding of Support Services in Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector. For more info click here.Networking Event 8th September 2016, FWIN FWIN are hosting their annual Networking Event on Thursday 8th September 2016 at the Holywell, Bishop Street from 10.30am – 1pm. The aim of this event is to inform grassroots women about the range of services, support, advice & training available to them, and to raise awareness about services on offer. Lunch provided. To book click here.Fundraising Regulator Consultation 9th September 2016 , NICVANICVA is holding a consultation event on 9th September to discuss the options for Fundraising Regulation in Northern Ireland. Trustees, CEOs and fundraisers are strongly encouraged to come along and participate in the consultation. For more info click here.
Charity Commission for Northern Ireland annual public meeting 19th September 2016, Lisburn The meeting will provide an opportunity to find out more about the role and work of the Commission, ask questions and share your views on charity regulation, as well as meet Northern Ireland’s Charity Commissioners. There will also be a guest lecture by renowned legal expert, Oonagh Breen. For more information click here.Issues arising from the "Brexit" decision and the impact for the peace process and the N.I. community 21st September 2016, Belfast As part of CRC community relations week, WINI are hosting an event that will examine and facilitate discussion on issues arising from the "Brexit" decision and the impact for the peace process and the N.I. community. From 10.30 - 12.30 @ 6 Mount Charles, Belfast. Everyone is welcome more details to follow.18 years after the Good Friday Agreement- What has been the impact on Women and Good Relations? 22nd September 2016, WRDA OfficesWRDA present as part of Community Relations Week, 18 years after the Good Friday Agreement- What has been the impact on Women and Good Relations?. Speakers: Clare Bailey MLA & Deputy Leader of the Green Party NI, Sophie Long Queen’s University Belfast PHD candidate, Denise Wright Race Relations Co-ordinator South Belfast Roundtable. Lunch Provided. To book your place click here.State of the Sector Research Launch 28th September 2016, NICVA NICVA will officially launch their State of the Sector research on 28 September. Paul Givan MLA, Minister for the Department for Communities, will be commenting on the research and will also be outlining his priorities for the VCSE sector at the event. For more info click here.Fairy Tales, Fables & Facts: Bamford Vision, where are we? 29th - 30th September 2016, ARC NI This year’s conference will be held on Thursday 29th and Friday 30th September 2016 with Day 1 open to all stakeholders and Day 2 specifically for leaders and senior managers. For more info click here.
Outcomes and Impact: A Global OBA Summit 10th October 2016, Waterfront Hall NCB are delighted to inform you that they are hosting the Global Outcomes Based Accountability Summit in the Waterfront Hall, Belfast in October 2016. The two day event will provide unprecedented access to international speakers and experts in the fields of social change, multi-party collaboration, leadership, negotiation, performance management and the outcomes based accountability framework for disciplined decision making. For more information click here.Common Purpose Navigator Northern Ireland 20th October 2016, Belfast Common Purpose Navigator is a modular leadership development programme for emerging leaders in the UK. Navigator takes you behind the scenes and immersing you in real-life challenges faced by leaders from a wide range of sectors. For more info click here.Contact Suicide Prevention - What Works? Conference 17th November 2016, Belfast 6th International Suicide Prevention - What Works? Conference. For more info click here.22nd Annual Regional Sexual Health Conference 2016 23rd November 2016, Ramada Plaza Celebrating 22 years of Conference, this year’s event will bring together a wide range of experts who will present up-to-date research and activities from throughout the UK and Ireland through keynote presentations and interactive workshops. Further info to follow. Demystifying the Public Appointments Process Public bodies make decisions that affect almost every aspect of our daily lives, from the arts, to education to health to transport to sport. A ‘public appointment’ is an appointment to the Board of Directors of a Public Body. Have you ever thought about applying for a public appointment but were put off by the process or because you thought it wasn’t for you? The Commissioner for Public Appointments is keen to encourage a wider and more diverse pool of people to put themselves forward for appointment to the Boards of our Public Bodies. For more information on the workshops available click here: CPA NI Workshop Flyer
How the Assembly Works
This is a free education programme that will provide you with a brief overview of the Assembly, how it works and how you can engage more effectively with it. The training is focused on improving your ability to engage with the Assembly. Sessions start at 9.30am and finish at approximately 1215pm, followed by an optional tour of Parliament Buildings. To find out when the next event or training session will be held, please click here.