Previously a government demonstration project, the Together Women Project (TWP) is now an independent charity with centres in Hull, South Yorkshire, Bradford, Leeds and an outreach post and Through the Gate resettlement in New Hall prison. TWP provides intensive support to female offenders and women at risk of offending. The ultimate aim is to help vulnerable women turn their lives around and address issues which are linked to offending or which place a woman at risk. Key Worker (Ref: TWPH08) Location: Hull (Maternity Cover) Hours: 37 per week (Monday – Friday) Salary: £17,160 - £17,802 per annum
The City Arts Unit, in partnership with Artlink, has agreed to support local film makers in establishing a Hull Film Makers Forum.
The aim is to establish a group of local film makers for networking, information and skill sharing, mutual support and with a view to establishing a group that can present a collective face to the major potential funders for film activity.
Jobcentre Plus wants to work together with partners to improve the job prospects for young people aged 18 to 24 who are facing the most complex obstacles to employment. This will focus on:
Addressing barriers to work
Improving prospects of future employment
They are inviting applications for grant funding to not for profit organisations to support activities which address the above objectives. Grant applications are invited for initiatives up to the value of £25,000.
COOLture is Hull's annual children and young people's celebration of multi-cultural music, dance and dress. It takes place as part of the Lord Mayor's Carnival – so you can watch the parade in Queen's Gardens and around the city centre from 1pm, and then enjoy the COOLture celebration afterwards!