All the Small Things CiC have got funding from Stoke on Trent City Council to support women in the city to reach into new communities with the Women’ s Peacemaker Project.
We will be working in Normacot from September 2019 and Tunstall from January 2020.
The Women’s Peacemaker Project started in Shelton and Cobridge in 2017. We brought a group of women together to meet regularly and listen to each other. We shared what makes us feel safe and things that caused us concern and make us feel unsafe.
Together we decided things we would like to focus on, invited experts to train us and did our own research to find out more. We made a plan for action.
With our new funding the group will have training and mentoring to reach out and involve other women, to listen to them and help them identify their priorities. We will develop a strong collective voice, plan and take action to make our communities safer for everyone.
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All the Small Things CiC have successfully been selected as the newest of 22 Social Action Hubs in England, funded by Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport through the Community Organisers Expansion Programme led by Community Organisers Ltd.
A Social Action Hub is:
• A single organisation or a cluster of organisations working together
• Dedicated to a local area, community or neighbourhood
• Accountable to local people
• Socially responsible and uses profit only for social good
• Committed to igniting social change through community organising
• Working for a more socially just, caring and cooperative society
What does a Social Action Hub do?
• Promote the principles, methods and values of community organising
• Provide quality assured training and education in community organising
• Use a community organising approach to help people listen, be powerful and take action
• Support networks of people involved in action for change
• Build relationships locally and nationally
We are a member of The National Academy of Community Organising (NACO), the training arm of Community Organisers Ltd.
Our training enables people to understand, and have knowledge and skills of community organising. The training we will offer ranges from one-day introductory courses through to courses which teach the national Qualifications (Award and Certificate) in
Community Organising. Community Organising is the work of bringing people together to take action around their common concerns and overcome social injustice. Community organisers reach out and listen, connect and motivate people to build their collective power.
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