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The latest news and blogs from Community Links
17 July 2019 | Sundus Masood
Community Links ran an In-Work Support pilot to test how employment pathways could be made more sustainable for young women.
28 June 2019
A free event exploring the relationship between detention, migration and the arts, headlined by Lemn Sissay.
19 June 2019
Community Links and Catch22 are hosting an employability fair in Canning Town to help connect local jobseekers and employers.
30 May 2019 | Elizabeth Prinz
Elizabeth Prinz analyses the impact of our 6-month pilot of an emergency food support service and what it told us about food poverty in our borough.
3 May 2019
“We know the power of vaccines to prevent killer diseases and reach children, including those who may not have immediate access to the doctors, nurses and health facilities they need to save them when severe illness comes." Dr Matshidiso Moeti, WHO regional director for Africa.
3 April 2019
Jacqui McCluskey, Director of Policy and Communications at Homeless Link, said: “There are at least 600 women sleeping on our streets every night, and thousands more who are hidden from sight, homeless and without a safe, secure place to live..."
6 March 2019
We are delighted to share with you our new book, 40 Stories, which tells 40 inspirational stories from Community Links' rich history. This belongs to you.
3 March 2019
Sophie Howe, the world’s first Future Generations Commissioner, who was appointed in Wales in 2016, describes her role as “ensur[ing] that political decisions taken today don’t compromise the interests of Welsh citizens tomorrow”.
1 March 2019 | Amran Farah
We hosted Dr David Bent to share his thoughts on how we can use digital technology to reach our goal developing “Ready for Everything Communities”.
8 February 2019 | Sundus Masood
Diverse and inclusive workplaces are at an advantage, writes our Policy & Research Officer Sundus Masood, but more needs to be done to reduce barriers to employment.