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  • Black Male Suicide Conference

    Black Male Suicide Conference

    SACMHA Health & Social Care will be hosting this critically important conference in partnership with the Sheffield Health & Social Care Foundation Trust along with Sheffield Flourish on Saturday 23rd July from 9:30am at the Mega Centre, Bernard Road, Sheffield S2 5BQ.

  • Race, Disability and Self Directed Support in Sheffield

    Race, Disability and Self Directed Support in Sheffield

    This online workshop on Wednesday 8th December 2021 from 11am to 1pm will explore experiences of social care and self directed support for disabled people from black, asian and minority ethnic communities in Sheffield. It will include highlights from Think Local Act Personal’s recent report about the value of community groups in achieving personalised care.Anyone with an interest in these issues is welcome to take part.

  • RISE to Self Love

    RISE to Self Love

    Mulembas d’Africa, Our Mel and Move More Sheffield are offering a FREE 8 Week Self Love development programme tailored for black and mixed African women. RISE is designed to engage, empower and encourage you throughout a series of workshops, including African movement, strength building,yoga and mindful nutrition sessions.The application deadline is Wednesday 18 August

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