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My Life, My Choice -- was commissioned by Birmingham Reducing Gang Violence, which is part of the Safer Birmingham Partnership and includes West Midlands Police, Birmingham City Council, NHS primary care trusts, West Midlands Fire Service, the Probation Service and a range of other agencies, all working together for a safer city. 'My Life, My Choice' is part of a teaching resource that is designed to explore and expose the urban myths surrounding gang affiliation. The teaching package -- which has been put together by LiME Social Marketing -- will feature lesson plans linked to the citizenship and personal, social and health education (PSHE) curriculum and will be rolled out in the city's secondary schools.
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To mark the 50th anniversary we invited the four Malawian bishops: Alinafe, Brighton, Fanuel and Francis to the UK. They were in Birmingham from 7 to 15 May, staying as guests of parishes across the diocese: Boldmere, Edgbaston, Hall Green, Harborne, Maney, Polesworth, Quinton, Solihull and Warley Woods. The bishops’ schedule in their host parishes includes preaching and addressing meetings, visits to schools, and meals and outings with parishioners. They took part in two shared Bible studies with Bishop David and Bishop Maurice Sinclair, and had discussions on the future of the partnership from which they produced a joint statement. A celebration service was held at Birmingham Cathedral on Sunday 15 May. --------------------- Music with thanks to the Choir of Birmingham Cathedral, directe...
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Hotel Indigo Birmingham, theclubandspa and Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill have announced a new two-year partnership with Birmingham based charity Cure Leukaemia. For more information on Hotel Indigo go to: http://www.hotelindigobirmingham.co.uk or http://www.cureleukaemia.co.uk
http://www.nuffieldtrust.org.uk | In this interview, Helen Parker, Director of Practice Partners, talks to Nuffield Trust Senior Fellow Dr Rebecca Rosen about the structure of the Vitality Partnership, a growing primary care provider in inner-city Birmingham made up of several merged GP practices. Helen outlines what led to the development of the new model -- factors such as the demands now placed on general practice to do more for less and to demonstrate quality -- and why the GP partnership model will be a more robust and sustainable structure moving forward as it better integrates the delivery of primary and secondary care. She goes on to examine how commissioning can support the goals of the partnership, but explains that funding barriers need to be removed to allow more services to ...
Listen to NBA Legend, Hakeem Olajuwon, talk about bringing his family to England and highlight his reasons for forming a new and potentially groundbreaking relationship with City of Birmingham Basketball Club. Hakeem Olajuwon City of Birmingham Basketball Camp July 25-29 2016. Book now at http://cobbasketball.co.uk/summer-camp-2016-registration-form/ Hakeem Olajuwon City of Birmingham Basketball Academy commencing September 2016, enquire at www.cobbasketball.co.uk
Sport Birmingham is part of a national network of 45 County Sports Partnerships which receives core funding from Sport England, and is one of 6 CSPs in the West Midlands area. Our charity is uniquely positioned to support the growth and development of sport, PE and active recreation in Birmingham through key strategic partnerships with a wide range of public, charitable, private and voluntary sector organisations. Through our partnership approach, Sport Birmingham aims to attract new investment and lever funding; champion participation, enjoyment and success in sport and recreation and support organisations responsible for delivering a wide range of grassroots activities across the city (including National Governing Bodies of Sport). We also work closely with other national agencies and ...
Professor David Adams on Birmingham Health Partners (22/10/13). Professor David Adams, Director of Birmingham Health Partners, discussed the partnership between the University of Birmingham, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham - run by University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust - and Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Professor David Adams on Birmingham Health Partners. Professor David Adams, Director of Birmingham Health Partners, discusses the partnership between the University of Birmingham, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham - run by University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust - and Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Austin Rodriguez, Safer Places Officer - Birmingham South of the Birmingham Community Safety Partnership talking about using Social Media Surgeries to improve communications and perceptions of safety across the South of Birmingham.
Produced by NC3D for AECOM, the Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham, and the In-Town Transit Partnership, this animation follows a proposed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route linking five popular downtown destinations in Birmingham, AL. Created to demonstrate the advantages of BRT, key features of the system and highlight projected development along the route, this video allows Birmingham residents to envision exactly how BRT will look and function in their city. This animation was produced using 3D Studio Max and custom green screen actors. One of most complex elements was combining information from so many sources to create a forward-looking mass model of downtown Birmingham. We combined existing and proposed project information including: new urban design standards, the ...
How Birmingham City Council is working in partnership with the Arts Council and the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council to deliver culture locally using a community budget. For more information visit http://www.artscouncil.org.uk
Pause is a friendly city-centre drop-in service based in Digbeth, Birmingham. It's part of Forward Thinking Birmingham, the city's mental health partnership for 0-25s. Find out more about Pause in this short video or visit forwardthinkingbirmingham.org.uk/Pause
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