Events

Safeguarding Essentials

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Are you a charity working in global solidarity projects? This event is for you! This training is required for grantees in the Wales Africa scheme.

“They are not our stories to tell”

Sometimes, images and stories used to promote the work of charities do not tell a story that our partners recognise as their own experience. Join us as we continue our anti-racism journey through at this free online event.

Safeguarding Refresher

This training is for people working in partnership in the global solidarity sector, who want to improve their safeguarding policy and practices.

What is a ‘bubble up’ economy?

In this Shared Learning Event, we will hear the direct experience from organisations running microfinance schemes in Africa.

Safeguarding Surgery

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Do you have any questions or need advice and support on any aspect of your Safeguarding practice? We’re offering 1:1 advice sessions for organisations in the Wales Africa Community to discuss concerns, give feedback on your risk assessments, policies, and other key documents, and give best practice advice on any aspect of the Safeguarding cycle.

#GlobalCitizenship2021

Save the date! Issues of social justice and practical solutions for health partnerships will be explored at our annual health conference.

Safeguarding Essentials Training

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Are you a Wales-based charity working in global solidarity projects? Then this event is for you! Completion of this training is required for grantees receiving an award through the WCVA Wales Africa scheme.

Good Cop, Bad Cop

Temple of Peace and Health King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff, WALES

After miles of column inches and social media posts, what does COP26 actually mean for the world and for Wales?

Safeguarding Surgery

Do you need advice and support on your Safeguarding practice? We’re offering 1:1 advice for organisations in the Wales Africa Community.

Safeguarding Essentials Training

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This training is for staff, volunteers and trustees of organisations working in partnership in Wales and Africa, who want to improve their safeguarding policy and practices.

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