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Come and Join our Each One Teach One- Anti-Racism (EOTO) Group

This is a small group of like-minded individuals who collaborate on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion activity (with a focus on Anti-Racism) on behalf of the partnership, to bring about systematic change through the following: 

  • Name ‘racism’ wherever we see it
  • Listen, hear and include all People with Lived Experience
  • Take responsibility
  • Work collaboratively
  • Challenge appropriately
  • Be open to learning
  • Ensure all feel included

Find out more – see https://teachingpartnership.org/eachoneteachone/

To join the group, which meets normally every 6 weeks, please email Nicola Whiteside, cmswtp@gmail.com

Come and Join our Research Hub

This is a small group of academics, practitioners and students who collaborate on driving our Research Agenda on behalf of the partnership, focusing on one of our key priorities:

  • To nurture the co-production of knowledge between practitioners and academics across the Social Work landscape,
  • To influence change at practice and systems level 

If you would like to join the group, which meets every other month, please email Nicola Whiteside: cmswtp@gmail.com

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Other opportunities

Edge Hill University are running a project interviewing people about their experiences of different professionals such as social workers to compliment the curriculum.  Please see flyer for further information:

NIHR  – THIS (The Healthcare Improvement Studies) Institute has launched a new fellowship opportunity to support research into strengthening equity and diversity in healthcare improvement. THIS Institute welcomes fellowship applications from researchers from a wide range of relevant backgrounds and disciplines, and at different stages of career, for projects to address issues to strengthen equality, diversity and inclusion to improve healthcare. For further information: Strengthening equity and diversity in healthcare improvement – THIS Institute – The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute (cam.ac.uk)

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