Tees Valley Arts is a charity that uses the arts to promote social change. The organisation celebrates its 40th anniversary this year and has taken the opportunity to review how it operates and what its role is within the community.
With anti-bullying week coming up on the 15th of November, it is disturbing to see how such well-known organisations can still get it so wrong. Not only has it been proven that racial harassment and bullying took place within Yorkshire Cricket Club, but the handling of the investigatory process has also been disastrous.
International Women’s Day recognises and celebrates women’s achievements but also acknowledges the challenges they continue to face. Thankfully, more women are now confident addressing inequality and will continue to #ChooseToChallenge to prove it is possible for women to be equal both in society and in the workplace.
As we enter the second national lockdown of the Covid-19 pandemic, the strain is visible on the business sector as well as our local charities and communities. In April this year, there was an 89% increase in the number of emergency parcels distributed due to the economic impacts of Coronavirus.
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