What’s on the web?
The 4WardEver Team regularly scan the web and other resources for websites that our readers are likely to find of interest.
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Campaign Central provides a hub of information to help you be a more effective campaigner. There’s already a lot of very useful information for campaigners on many other websites. So, rather than duplicate, wherever possible Campaign Central point out to you some other websites that have helpful information.
The Centre for Social Justice
The Centre for Social Justice is an independent think tank established by Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP in 2004 to seek effective solutions to the poverty that blight parts of Britain. The CSJ highlights the work of profoundly differing and unique small voluntary organisations and charities.
National Society for Children & Family Contact
The NSCFC believes that the needs of children and society as a whole are best served where children benefit from the love and support of both parents: because “today’s child is tomorrow’s parent”. The Society actively promotes the case for mediation to break cycles of animosity, and works to ensure that welfare organisations and the courts serve the best interests of the child.
This website provides you with helpful information about crime and policing in your area. Enter your postcode, town, village or street into the search box below, and get instant access to street-level crime maps and data, as well as details of your local policing team and beat meetings.
The Social Justice Foundation
The Foundation supports initiatives that seek to provide practical solutions to intractable social problems as well as those able to effect far-reaching social change. Over the last 10 years EMF’s successes have included:
- The creation of an industry specific MBA, creating over 40 new leaders for the sector
- Creating the first comprehensive database of minority ethnic voluntary organisations
- Sponsoring the first Black woman to qualify at the Scottish Bar
- The Muslim women’s Engagement programme
- The forced marriage awareness campaign
- Creating a community asset management programme
The needs and experiences of people with mental distress drive MIND’s work to make sure their voice is heard by those who influence change. MIND’s independence gives them the freedom to stand up and speak out on the real issues that affect daily lives.
MIND provides information and support, campaigns to improve policy and attitudes and, in partnership with independent local Mind associations, develops local services. They do all this to make it possible for people who experience mental distress to live full lives, and play their full part in society.