Homelessness and Housing Deadline 31/12/2020
Turn2us is a national charity helping people when times get tough. They provide financial support to help people get back on track.
They are now looking for three new trustees and are particularly interested in hearing from people who have a background in governance, law, safeguarding or poverty, and those who have lived experience of financial exclusion. They would especially like to hear from those who understand the challenges faced by Black and Asian people, those who identify as disabled, or those who have faced the financial challenges of being a single parent.
Meetings take place quarterly at approximately 10:00 in London.
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Suzy Lamplugh Trust
Domestic Violence Education Human and Civil Rights Deadline 25/12/2020
Suzy Lamplugh Trust is the UK's pioneering personal safety charity and leading stalking authority. The Trust also has a long history of working within the stalking and harassment sector. Suzy Lamplugh Trust is widely regarded as a field expert in lone-working and personal safety training, stalking training, as well as consultancy, campaigning and support services. The organisation works towards reducing the risk of harassment, violence and aggression by educating, campaign and supporting people to take steps to avoid, mitigate or manage risks at work, as well as across all aspects of their lives. Their vision is a society in which people are safer and feel safe from aggression, violence, harassment, and stalking, so they can live life to the full.
Due to retirement, they are looking to recruit new trustees, specifically those with specialisms in stalking, personal safety, HR, health and safety, and employment, charity or company law. They are especially keen to hear from those with a background in the criminal justice profession or those with strong legal backgrounds. New trustees should have an established professional network, who can advise the growing organisation and support the development of their new strategy.
Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities are currently under-represented on their Board, and as such, the Suzy Lamplugh Trust encourages applications from individuals within these communities.
Meetings take place quarterly at approximately 18:00 in London.
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