Tuesday, February 06, 2018

Fwd: Paid market research opportunity for Romanian woman

<ionelaflood@gmail.com>


Dear Ms Flood,

We are currently trying to reach Romanian women, aged 60+, who enjoy cooking, in order to invite them to participate in some paid market research. Participants would take part in a week-long, online platform, uploading videos and answering questions about their cooking and shopping practices, and to thank them for their participation would receive £100.

In light of your deep involvement with Romanian cultural life in London, I thought you might be able to pass my details on to women who might be interested. If you would be happy to do so please let me know - I would be grateful for any help you could offer.

Many thanks,

Kirsty O'Neill    International Project Coordinator

www.leftfield.co.uk
+44 (0) 20 7407 2546
181 Union Street, London, SE1 0LN


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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Invitation | EESC public hearing on "The role of civil society in the prevention of radicalisation of young people" (Brussels, 07.09.2017)



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PUBLIC HEARING - 7 September 2017 - Brussels

The role of civil society in the prevention of radicalisation of young people

 
 
The European Economic and Social Committee has the pleasure to invite you to its conference on "The role of civil society in the prevention of radicalisation of young people".

The event will serve to clarify what can be done to render more effective existing civil society initiatives aiming to prevent radicalisation. It will therefore focus on questions such as "what can be done at EU level to improve the working conditions of practitioners in the field?", "how can existing structures be strengthened?", and "which good practices could be replicated elsewhere?". The first panel will cover different elements of anti-radicalisation policy, always focusing on what is needed to increase success rates. The second panel will focus on education. The key questions all panellists will be asked to answer is "what goes well?" and "what can be done better and how?".

Speakers will include representatives from the European Commission, the city of Vilvoorde, academia, the education sector and civil society organisations.

Draft agenda

Registration

For any questions related to the event please contact Ms Annemarie Wiersma by e-mail or by telephone (+32(0)2 546.93.76).

 
 
Venue: EESC, Room JDE63, Rue Belliard 99, Brussels

Thursday 7 September 2017: 9.30 am – 1.00 p.m.

 

 
 
Réservez la date!

AUDITION PUBLIQUE - le 7 septembre 2017 - Bruxelles

Le rôle de la société civile dans la prévention de la radicalisation des jeunes

 
 
Le Comité économique et social européen a le plaisir de vous inviter à la conférence qu'il organise sur «Le rôle de la société civile dans la prévention de la radicalisation des jeunes».
 
Cette manifestation est destinée à mettre en lumière ce qui peut être fait pour rendre plus efficaces les initiatives de la société civile visant à prévenir la radicalisation. Elle sera donc axée sur des questions telles que: «Que peut-on faire au niveau de l'UE pour améliorer les conditions de travail des praticiens sur le terrain?», «Comment les structures existantes peuvent-elles être consolidées?» et «Quelles bonnes pratiques pourraient-elles être reproduites ailleurs?». La première table ronde abordera divers aspects de la politique de lutte contre la radicalisation et sera axée sur les mesures nécessaires pour la rendre plus efficace. La deuxième portera principalement sur l'éducation. Les principales questions auxquelles tous les intervenants seront invités à répondre sont: «Qu'est-ce qui fonctionne bien?» et «Qu'est-ce qui pourrait être amélioré et comment?».

Parmi les intervenants figureront des représentants de la Commission européenne, de la ville de Vilvorde (BE), du monde universitaire et du secteur de l'enseignement, ainsi que des organisations de la société civile.

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Inscription

Pour toutes questions relatives à cette manifestation, veuillez contacter Mme Annemarie Wiersma par courrier électronique ou par téléphone (+ 32 (0) 2 546.93.76).

 
 
Lieu: CESE, salle JDE 63, CESE, Rue Belliard 99, 1040 Bruxelles

Jeudi le 7 septembre 2017, 9h30-13h00
 
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Friday, July 07, 2017

INVITATION | EESC Public Hearing on "European Solidarity Corps and Youth Initiative" (Brussels, 18.07.2017)



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Public Hearing

European Solidarity Corps 
and Youth Initiative
 

Tuesday, 18 July 2017
9.30 a.m. – 1 p.m.  
  
 
The European Economic and Social Committee has the pleasure to invite you to its public hearing on the European Solidarity Corps and the Youth Initiative, organised in the context of the EESC opinion SOC/566 on both initiatives.
 
The aim is to discuss how we can ensure high quality standards for the European Solidarity Corps and a Youth Initiative able to respond to today's societal challenges and to offer a better future to Europe's youth.
 
Speakers include various representatives from the European Parliament, the European Commission, civil society organisations and social partners.
 
Save the date, join us and take part in the debate!
                        

EESC - Jacques Delors building - Room JDE 62
Rue Belliard, 99 - 1040 Brussels - Belgium
 
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Audition publique
           
Le Corps européen de solidarité
et l'Initiative pour la jeunesse
 
 
Mardi 18 juillet 2017
9 h 30 – 13 h 00
   
            
Le Comité économique et social européen a le plaisir de vous inviter à son audition publique sur le Corps européen de solidarité et l'Initiative pour la jeunesse, organisée dans le cadre de l'avis du CESE SOC/566 sur les deux initiatives.
 
Le but est de discuter comment garantir des normes de qualité élevées pour le Corps européen de solidarité  et comment assurer que l'Initiative pour la jeunesse sera capable de répondre aux défis sociétaux actuels et d'offrir un meilleur avenir aux jeunes de l'Europe.

Parmi les orateurs, il y aura des représentants du Parlement européen, de la Commission européenne, d'organisations de la société civile et de partenaires sociaux.
 
Sauvez la date, rejoignez-nous et participez au débat !
                           

                                 CESE - Bâtiment Jacques Delors - Salle JDE 62
99, rue Belliard - 1040 Bruxelles - Belgique
 
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Monday, July 03, 2017

What's on this July at Wimbledon Art Studios



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What's on this July at Wimbledon Art Studios
For studio enquiries or to arrange a viewing, call 0208 947 1183

Wimbledon Art Studios' artists collaborate to raise money for the Khadija Saye Memorial Fund


Combining their artistic talents, emerging artists Harriet Hoult, Ariadna Dane and Alice Neave (pictured above), are creating a collaborative piece (or two) which will be auctioned to raise money for the Khadija Saye Memorial Fund

Khadija Saye, an artist who's career was just taking off, was tragically killed in the Grenfell Tower fire last month. Friends have set up the fund in her memory to support creativity in young people. The money raised for this fund will go towards study, informal training, internships or mentoring those whose background and circumstances might not necessarily grant them access to such support.
 
Keep up to date with their story on Tuesday 4th July, by following @wimbledon_art_studios on Instagram, as they host an inspirational Insta-takeover. Materials for this event are being kindly supplied by CASS Art
WHAT'S ON
COLLABORATIVE ARTISTS, JONNY LOVE & SAMUEL JORDAN'S
FIRST SOLO EXHIBITION


Showcasing a diverse mix of works including the infamous dead head skull collection, paper sculptures and bottled works. 

LOVEJORDAN Solo Exhibition
WOOLFF Gallery, 89 Charlotte street, London (nearest tube: Goodge Street)

Private view: 5th July 6-9pm. Free, All welcome

For more information, please visit: www.woolffgallery.co.uk or contact the artists directly: LoveJordanart@gmail.com
OIL PAINTING WITH ALLAN STORER
INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOPS
CASS Art Kingston have joined up with oil painter & Wimbledon Art Studios' artist Allan Storer, to run an introductory course for those looking to begin and develop in oils, over several one day workshops.
Dates: 2nd July, 16th July, 30th July & 6th August.
Times: 10.15am - 13.15pm
Prices: £25 per session inclusive of all materials, except canvas
Location: CASS Art Kingston, KT1 1NW
Find out more and book here
 
OUR ARTISTS NEED YOUR HELP
Art Rooms are calling a public vote! The artist with the most votes is automatically selected for the 2018 fair. Follow the links below to vote for our artists:
Judith Brenner
Henrietta Stuart
Jane Wachman
Munleen Sibia 
 
OUR SPONSORS
£15,000 OF PRIZES TO BE WON
Our friends and sponsors CASS Art are bringing back the The Great Cass Art Summer Giveaway for 2017, with over £15,000 of prizes to be won!
There's something for everyone with more than 100 prizes up for grabs from the UK's leading art brands and organisations.
Enter here before midnight on 28 August for your chance to win.
The UK's largest outdoor painting event Pintar Rapido is back on the 29th - 30th July 2017
Each artist has a day to create a unique artwork in their favourite London location, before it is exhibited to the general public. 
Whether your an artist or spectator, it's set to be an inspiring day. 
Find out more or buy your artist's pass here
We can't wait to try Ben's Canteen's newest edition to their drinks menu, the Frosé (rosé slush puppy!)

This summer's essential drink and the perfect addition to an evening burger or an indulgent brunch. 
Now serving day and night at the Earlsfield and Clapham Junction Canteens.

Find out more and book a table here
OUR STUDIOS
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Wimbledon Art Studios is one of the largest single-site art complexes in the UK, offering you an affordable workspace with twice-yearly Open Studios, a dedicated career development programme and 24/7 access. 

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