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Belfast City Council’s Small Grants 2024-25 Tranche 1 are now open.

Belfast City Council’s Small Grants 2024-25 Tranche 1 are now open for applications for the grants listed below. The submission deadline for receipt of applications is 12 noon on Friday 12 January 2024.   Community Festivals Fund Arts & Heritage Good Relations Parks Events Sports Events S4S Large Development Grant S4S Small Development Grant S4S Hospitality Grant S4S Sporting Individual …

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NI Business info – News and Guidance: £30,000 Business Funding | Workplace Menopause Guidance | Prevent Cyber Attacks | TCFD

Apply for a chance to receive up to £30,000 in funding Invest Northern Ireland’s (Invest NI) latest programme aims to support women-led businesses to access support, create jobs and sell innovative products or services outside Northern Ireland. For further information and application guidance click here.  Menopause – Employer guidance to help your staff The menopause is a natural stage of …

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Free training courses from Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre

These courses are currently available to be delivered free, to local centres and groups through the Belfast Unemployed Resource Centre. Community Leadership We provide bespoke community leadership training which can  include topics such as: Topics include: What is community?;Community resources; Mission statement; Strategic Planning ; SMART objectives; Ideas creation; Action planning; Identifying skills and gaps; Governance; Leadership; Management versus Leadership; …

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College Connect

New group now started- get in contact asap to join! If you or someone you know is planning to join the college soon but needs some support with transitioning into college life, our summer group is the one for you! Mentoring topics will include: Confidence and self esteem Resilience Coping with the stress of a new environment. Main campuses tours- …

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Obtaining a National Insurance Number: Information for asylum seekers who have permission to work

A recent change in immigration law means that some asylum seekers are now able to work. The Law Centre has already published a briefing paper that explains how asylum seekers can request permission to work from the Home Office. Click here and follow the steps. This second briefing paper is aimed at asylum seekers who have already obtained permission to …

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