Communicating Impact: How to talk about poverty & the difference you make.
This free, half day training session will cover effective ways to talk about poverty, why it is useful to do so and will include some tips about handling this topic on social media.
We will consider how best to talk about your work, and the difference it makes to low income families in London, in order to engage people in supporting action. It will also cover best practice examples of ways to build a deeper understanding of how poverty happens and the changes needed to address it. and will run in two locations.
This session will be delivered by experienced Communications Strategist Tamsyn Hyatt and will run in two locations in the London Boroughs of Croydon and Brent.
London Borough of Croydon
9.30 - 2pm, Wednesday 12 September 2018
Sussex Innovation Meeting Rooms Croydon
London Borough of Brent
9.30 - 2pm, Friday 21 September 2018.
The Drum at Wembley, Brent Civic Centre
Young Parents in London: Living with Precariousness
April 27 2018, TUC Congress Centre
There are 37,400 parents aged 25 and under in London, 8% of the total number in England. London has a smaller number of young parents compared to other regions in England but those that are living here are struggling more. More young parents in London live in poverty and social exclusion than their peers anywhere else in the country. The new research from 4in10 and Partnership for Young London highlights the experiences of parents in London aged 25 and under, specifically focusing on the challenges and opportunities London’s young parents face entering the workplace and maintaining employment.
You can read the launch event summary here.
And download a copy of the research report here.
Communicating Impact: How to show you are making a difference.
We've run a series of free, half day training sessions that cover practical ways to measure outcomes, why it is useful to do so and look at best practice examples of ways to communicate how your work relates to poverty and demonstrate the difference you are making to the lives of those living in it.
Camden: Tuesday 24th April, Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, N7 6PA
Tower Hamlets: Thursday 26th April, Tower Hamlets Professional Development Centre, 229 Bethnal Green Road, E2 6AB
Working with City Hall: Influencing and funding opportunities
Thursday 19 April, City Hall.
Member organisations from across the capital joined us at City Hall to hear about how the London Assembly works for Londoners and how you can get involved in influencing the decision making processes.
Read our summary for highlights of the event and link to funding streams and other resources.