Diversity - challenging stereotypesMaterials, tools and activities that challenge the status quo in career and life-style choices, provide an understanding of the consequences of maintaining the status quo and of the alternatives and illustrate viable pathways to achieve the alternatives.
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"Focus" Newsletters >>FOCUS - a monthly newsletter covering labour market information and news for the Birmingham and Solihull area.
2007 Calendar >>The Disability Equals Business 2007 Calendar supported the 'social model of disability'.
A Comparison of Two Women’s Enterprise Support Programmes in the West Midlands >> A report that compares and contrasts the findings from two Women’s enterprise support programmes, which have run within the West Midlands based Agender and Adjust the Balance Equal projects, with a view to making recommendations from the findings, which can be used to enhance the provision of women’s enterprise support in the future, within different sectors of the community.
A Guide to JIVE >>A guide to the vision, aims, objectives and key partners in the JIVE partnership.
A project in pictures brochure >>This booklet provides a visual summary for the Cement project from launch in 2005 to the launch of the self funding Cementaprise.
Age Awareness Drama Group >>Students aged 19-25 at the University of Hull present age-related stereotypes as a series of sketches.
Agender Project News >>Newsletters looking at the work-in-progress of the Agender Development Partnership.
Almost Adult Trainee DVD >> Watch a short clip from Almost Adult Trainee DVD (A day in the life...) produced as part of the Almost Adult project.
APPGA Newsletter >>The All-Party Parliamentary Group on AIDS Newsletter lists the work of the group, upcoming meetings and current events. Regular copies of the newsletter can be downloaded from the APPGA site (www.appg-aids.org.uk).
Apply Within CD Rom >>This CD Rom includes pratical documents and DVD interviews/case studies to promote the benefits of putting crime reduction policy into HR practice.
Aspirations Newsletter - August 2007 >> Aspirations is the newsletter that tells the story of the ongoing work of the ASPIRE Development Partnership in helping to improve the standard of living for Asylum Seekers in North London.
Barriers to employment workshops >>Messages from DPS for job centre plus from various groups HIV, carers, disabilities.
Beneficary Voices >> The common bond between the beneficiaries of the North London Aspire project is their residential status in the UK.
Bio-Informatics - An Area of Emerging Opportunities Workshop >> The workshop brought together professionals with an interest in the emerging growth area of biosciences and the IT professions, sharing their knowledge about the area and the interdisciplinary opportunities for bioscientists and IT professionals.
Black voices at work >>Series of in-depth interviews with black and ethinc minority workers on racism in the workplace.
Case Studies >>Making a real difference - Stories from people benefiting from the Visage project.
Cement Promotional DVD >>Watch a short clip from this promotional DVD.
Charlotte Carey Interview >>Charlotte Carey describes how the pilot has demonstrated a sustainable and replicable method of reaching a diverse group of women, who are now generating and filling new job opportunities.
Charmaine Lewis & Rosina Dyer Interview >>Two of the beneficiaries talk about their aspirations for the future and how the course has inspired them to think very creatively about how they intend to use their training to create new job roles within their communities.
Charter of Minimum Rights for Student Parents >>This bookmark was distributed through the National Union of Students to assist parents in lobbying their respective Further Education Colleges to make changes that would assist them in successfully completing their chosen programmes of study.