This year, NACCOM will be hosting our Annual General Meeting online via Zoom on Monday September 28th 2020. The meeting will feature an overview of NACCOM’s work from across the year, including our impact, as well as staff changes, financial reporting, and the election of our new Trustees. All are welcome to attend.
Date: Monday September 28th 2020
Time: 2pm (TBC)
Zoom details: These will be released nearer the time.
In place of our Annual Conference, which usually includes our AGM, we’ll be running a series of online workshops on themes that have emerged as important to our members, based on discussions and feedback we’ve had during the course of the year.
There will be four webinars run across three weeks, leading up to our online AGM (details above) on Monday 28th September. We’ll be releasing details of the workshops throughout the summer.
All workshops will be free, but you will need to register for the event first via Zoom.
Date: Wednesday 9th Sept, 2020
Time: 2pm to 4.15pm (to allow for a break half way through)
Location: Online via Zoom
Tickets: 25 spaces are available. This event is free for NACCOM members. (As spaces are limited and the event is likely to be oversubscribed, please note that NACCOM reserves the right to charge a fee of £40 to anyone who signs up to the event but does not participate.) Please note that we are releasing tickets to NACCOM full members first, and will then release the remainder to NACCOM Associate Members.
This workshop is run by the charity brap.
How can we secure justice in the world, if we do not pay attention to structural racism in the third sector and to how issues of racial justice and equity play out in our organisations?
About: This workshop will explore how issues like unconscious bias and conscious bias (discrimination) play out in organisations. During the workshop participants will have the opportunity to consider how organisational habits, behaviours and culture privileges some above others. Participants will begin to explore and consider what is needed to tackle these issues both within our organisations and across our sector.
Outcomes: By the end of the workshop, participants will: understand more about unconscious bias and the masking of conscious discrimination; have explored different types of biases and their impact on organisational culture and behaviours; and discussed strategies to progress race equality, both at individual and organisational levels. This workshop will be of particular interest to anyone who is interested in understanding more about how racism is normalised both within organisations and across our sector.
What have we learnt from Covid-19? How have we (and how can we?) adapt our services to work in partnership to deliver a more client-focussed and holistic accommodation model with the goal of achieving positive move-on for people?
This workshop will hear from two NACCOM members for whom “Everybody In” has led to a redesign of their existing delivery model, enabling people being accommodated to be more involved in shaping the service and better supported to see lasting changes in their circumstances.
Date: Tuesday 15th Sept, 2020
Time: 2pm to 3.15pm
Location: Online via Zoom
Tickets to this event are free. This event is an open event and welcome to all. Tickets will be released soon.
More workshop details coming soon…