Bournemouth Parent Carers Forum - Bournemouth Parent Carer Forum provide a central voice for all parents and carers of children/adults with sen/education/complex medical needs that live in Bournemouth; monitors and shapes parent participation and influences and shape current, future services provision for the families. It gives parents a collective voice about their concerns. The Forum joins parents/carers, professionals and agencies together with events and builds close links with health, education and social services within Bournemouth.
- Provides an understanding of the needs of black and minority ethnic family carers
- Illustrates best practice support
The hub is mainly for practitioners from a range of organisations — including adults’ and children’s services, health education and the voluntary sector. However, it is useful for anyone providing services to families affected by ill health and disability. There are also links to community projects and helplines which may be of use to the carers themselves.
"Not Just Numbers" is a toolkit about migration and asylum in the European Union produced by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The toolkit has been designed to help teachers and other educators engage young people in informed discussion on this important subject. It is suitable for teaching young people between the ages of 12 and 18 and is available in 24 EU Member States in 20 languages.
Equality Act 2010 - A toolkit to make Equalities work…
(Source: Equality and Diversity Forum eNewsletter, 7 Apr 2014)
Subtitled “A resource to support the voluntary and community sector to use the 2010 Equality Act”, this is a practical and useful guide.
Equality Act 2010 - Equality & Human Rights Commission's online guidance for schools
Racist and Religious Hate Crime - Schools Project Resources: This set of resources can be used by teachers to explore the issue of Racist and Religious Hate Crime. The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), National Union of Teachers (NUT) and the Anthony Walker Foundation (AWF) have worked together to produce the resource pack and pupils from schools in the North West acted out, and helped to devise, the dramatised scenarios of racist and religious incidents included in the presentation. They provide starting points for discussion and are based on real life experiences of the young people who took part in the project.
Classroom activities and guidance for teachers are also available in PDF format which are designed to increase pupils' understanding of hate crime and prejudice and enable them to explore ways of challenging it.
Bournemouth People First: a charity run for and by people with learning disabilities; where people help each other to speak up, lead change and provide services to local organisations; tackling inequalities; also supporting people with learning disabilities from BME communities.
People First Dorset: helps people with learning difficulties support each other to speak up and lead change in Dorset
Poole Forum: a speaking-up group run for and by people with learning disabilities in Poole.
Trans Unite: allows members of the transgender & non-binary communities to find a support group local to them (or even an online-only group)