The Bournemouth and Poole Holocaust Memorial Day Committee’s
Annual commemoration of the Holocaust is taking place on
Sunday 28th January 2018 at the
Bournemouth International Centre
As well as an Act of Commemoration there will be the chance to hear the testimony of a young Syrian refugee
Our main speaker will be telling us the amazing story of her mother Lily Ebert’s Holocaust survival and her take on the ‘Power of Words’
The tickets for this are free and can be obtained from Eventbrite here:
We would be very grateful if you could bring a pebble with you, as we will have an artist who is planning to create a piece of art with the pebbles that will be collected on the day.
Dorset Race Equality Council (DREC) is seeking to fill the post of Chief Executive Officer on a permanent basis. Salary starting from £34,538.
DREC is working to challenge racism across Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole to achieve a more integrated society. We wish to appoint a permanent Chief Executive Officer to move us forward in this exciting and growing area. The successful candidate will work with the Board and staff group to reach out to the diverse population of Dorset, to implement the Equalities Act, address hate crime and promote new initiatives with public bodies and minority ethnic communities. The CEO’s role is to implement the strategic direction set by the Board but also to ensure the organisation operates as effectively and efficiently as it can within its limited resources. The CEO will lead on fund raising, communication and ensuring the organisation meets the targets set by its funders.
The application form can be downloaded here in PDF format. The Job Description and Person Specification can be found here. Completed application forms should be returned to email@example.com. If you require a word version of the application form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for applications is February 5th, 2018.
Dorset Race Equality Council is officially a Prejudice Free Dorset Third Party Reporting Centre. If you wish to report a hate crime or incident please follow the 'report it' link under the Hate Crime menu above to report on line, contact us by phone or email.
The Building Better Opportunities - Supporting Enterprise strand is off to a flying start having already completed 3 Team Challenges!
The first Team Challenge delivered was to name and create a logo for the programme.
What was the Team Challenge?
7 unemployed people were set the challenge of creating an inspiring name and logo for the BBO Supporting Enterprise programme that would communicate the ethos and exciting opportunities on offer.
The group researched names for programmes, projects and third sector groups and how that linked to the work and ethos delivered.
Once the group decided upon a shortlist of names they presented their ideas to the programme manager and Dorset Community Actions's CEO for feedback.
The next step was to design a logo and engage with a local printer designer for support.
And here it is!
WHAT IS A TEAM CHALLENGE?
Looking to challenge yourself and gain life long skills and experiences?
Inspire Dorset - Team Challenge
- Identify a community need or challenge and create an idea to solve it
- For 10 weeks take the idea through to delivery and host an incredible rewarding project.
- One to One coaching available
- Advice, mentoring and coaching from community businesses and project leads.
- Make valuable life long connections to support you.
If you are interested in getting involved in the Building Better Opportunities – Supporting Enterprise Program funded by the Big Lottery and European Social Fund get in touch.
EMAIL email@example.com or telephone 07421994587