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The latest news and blogs from Community Links
26 October 2018 | Lisa Bajada
Community Links’ Talent Match programme is coming to an end soon. One of our advisors, Lisa Bajada, reflects on her experiences in the programme.
26 October 2018
The upcoming budget provides an opportunity for the government to take Early Action and prevent more families from falling into poverty.
9 October 2018
Early Action-focused projects such as the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) and Alright Mate are actively tackling male suicide by challenging the cultural barriers and gender expectations that discourage men from seeking help for mental illness.
4 October 2018
Secondary schools from the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham will be represented at this free conference, as we look to involve 120 students and 20 staff.
2 October 2018
As mentioned in last month's bulletin, in his first speech as the new Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock announced prevention as one of his three top priorities to sustain the UK health and social care system.
20 August 2018 | David Robinson
The new Civil Society Strategy is what it says on the tin – a strategy, not a strap line with optional baubles.
3 August 2018
Last week, the Minister for Policing Nick Hurd MP visited our HQ in Canning Town to talk about youth violence and hear about the work Community Links is doing to support the community.
26 July 2018
The new Health & Social Secretary Matt Hancock tweeted this month that prevention would be one of his top priorities in his new role.
29 June 2018
On 19 June, the Early Action Task Force hosted a seminar at the Big Lottery Fund to discuss the Task Force’s new report on Valuing Social Infrastructure.
27 May 2018
The Welsh Well-being of Future Generations Act came into force two years ago with support from the Early Action Task Force. It aimed to improve long-term living standards in Wales by putting in place seven well-being goals.