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  • Disability Network Event Report

    Disability Network Event Report

    Our first Disability Network event at the Israac Centre in May was well attended and extremely successful in bringing together a diverse community of disabled people and partner organisations sharing their views about barriers. All their contributions have been put into an Easy Read Report. We’re holding more events in June and July. Come along to connect, chat + change!

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  • Engagement Network Launch

    Engagement Network Launch

    Our voices are often passed over by people in charge. Disability Sheffield wants this to change – we’re launching a new engagement network on Wednesday 7 June to take disabled people’s voices directly to decision makers. Join us at the Showroom Workstation at whichever session is best for you to have your say on Sheffield City Council’s new personalisation and direct payments strategy.

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  • We're Hiring a Network Coordinator

    We're Hiring a Network Coordinator

    We are looking to recruit a Network Coordinator to establish, grow and help coordinate a diverse, vibrant and user-led pan-disability network of disabled people across Sheffield, advocating for social change. The closing date is 9:00 am on the 5th June 2023

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  • Join our Freelance Training Network

    Join our Freelance Training Network

    Disability Sheffield is looking to create a network of freelance trainers with a lived experience of disability.We want to create a space so trainers can learn from each other and support each other and where we can support other disabled people to become trainers. If you are interested in being part of this network please get in touch.

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  • Sheffield LGBT+ Multi Agency Network

    Sheffield LGBT+ Multi Agency Network

    The recently launched Sheffield LGBT+ Multi-Agency Network is a network of Sheffield based organisations, working together to represent and support Sheffield’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and other minority sexual and gender communities. The Network coordinate city wide events including LGBT+ History Month every February. Their next quarterly meeting is on Wednesday 24th February .

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  • Regional Stakeholder Network seeks Members and Chairs

    The Office for Disability Issues are looking for Chairpersons and Members for 9 regional groups across England.The Regional Stakeholder Network will bring the views of disabled people, local disability organisations and organisations that represent disabled people closer to government. Applications should be completed by 29th March 2019.

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