‘Understanding signs of extremism’, produced by Counter Terrorism Policing in Wales.

Here is the Understahnding signs of extremism leflet produced by Counter Terrorism Policing in Wales: 

Understanding Extremism WELSH

Understanding Extremism

Trin Pobl ynn Deg - Strategaeth Cydraddoldeb a Hawliau Dynol a'n Cynllun Cydraddoldeb Strategol 

Trin Pobl yn Deg yw Strategaeth Cydraddoldeb a Hawliau Dynol a’n Cynllun Cydraddoldeb Strategol Gwasanaethau Ambiwlans Cymru. Rydym ni am i’r strategaeth nodi, mewn termau syml, yr hyn rydym ni’n fwriadu ei wneud yn ystod y pedair blynedd nesaf i barhau i greu amgylchedd lle, waeth beth yw eu cefndir neu eu hamgylchiadau, mae:
 

  • Pob claf a gofalwr rydym ni’n dod i gysylltiad gyda nhw yn cael gwasanaeth ansawdd uchel sy’n ateb eu hanghenion fel unigolyn 
  • Pob cydweithiwr yn cael cefnogaeth i ddod â’u hunain cyflawn i’w gwaith ac yn cael y cyfle i gyflawni eu llawn botensial. 


Fel Ymddiriedolaeth Gwasanaeth Iechyd Gwladol mae gennym ni ddyletswydd i wneud ein gwasanaethau a’n gweithleoedd mor deg i bawb ag y medrwn ni. Rhan o hyn yw adolygu ein hamcanion cydraddoldeb bob pedair blynedd. Pan rydym ni’n gwneud hyn mae’n bwysig iawn i ni ein bod ni’n cynnwys cymaint o’n defnyddwyr gwasanaeth, cymunedau a staff yn y broses ag y bo modd. 

Rhowch wybod i ni beth yw eich barn am ein cynllun trwy gwblhau'r arolwg sydd ar gael ar https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/TrinPoblYnDeg_TreatingPeopleFairly/

Bydd rhan gyntaf yr arolwg yn ein helpu i ddeall y materion rydych chi’n eu wynebu wrth ddefnyddio ein gwasanaeth ac yn cynorthwyo i dynnu sylw at gyfleoedd i newid. Yn rhan 2 yr arolwg rydym ni am i chi ddweud wrthym ni am y themâu potensial ar gyfer cyflawni gwelliannau.   


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Treating People Fairly - Our Equality and Human Rights Strategy

Treating People Fairly is the Welsh Ambulance Services’ Equality and Human Rights Strategy and our Strategic Equality Plan. We want the strategy to set out what we plan on doing over the next four years to continue to create an environment where, regardless of background or circumstances:
 

  • Each patient and carer we come into contact with is provided with a high quality service which meets their needs as an individual.

 

  • Every colleague is supported to bring their whole selves to work and has the opportunity to achieve their full potential.


As an NHS Trust we have a duty to make our services and workplaces as fair for everyone as we can. Part of this means reviewing our equality objectives every four years. When we do this, it’s really important to us that we include as many of our service users, communities and staff in the process as is possible.

Please let us know what you think of our plan by completing the survey available on https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/TrinPoblYnDeg_TreatingPeopleFairly/

The first part of this survey will help us to understand issues you face when accessing our services and will help highlight opportunities for change. In part 2 of the survey we want you to tell us about the potential themes for delivering improvements.

December updates from Fertility Network UK.

Christmas can be an especially difficult time for those living with a fertility issue so if you would like to (and can) attend either the Swansea meeting or the meeting in Cardiff (and you usually don’t) then please do.

Both meetings will have an experienced fertility Counsellor (and member of BICA) in attendance to talk about coping strategies over the Christmas period, dealing with anxiety, loss and feelings of grief.

Tuesday 10th December: Cardiff meeting. 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Media point room (upstairs, opposite the door to the corridor), Chapter Arts Centre, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff, CF5 1QE

*  Car parking can be difficult in Chapter’s own car park but there is another car park across the road.. see here https://goo.gl/maps/Kh4wcvNGyUE2

Sunday 15th December: TTC meet up Cardiff. 11am

Café area, Village Hotel Cardiff, 29 Pendwyallt Rd, Cardiff CF14 7EF

An informal get together.

Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

There will be NO December meetings for the Shropshire & Mid Wales Fertility Group, the S.E Wales Fertility Group in Abergavenny or the North Wales Fertility Group in Wrexham.

I have a busy month but will be around to answer any questions that you may have. Also, if you do need to speak to someone over the Christmas break then please don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and call. My direct number is 07563 734 808.

January 2020 dates for your diary:

Tuesday 7th January: Swansea group meeting.

Tuesday 14th January: Cardiff group meeting.

Wednesday 15th January: Shropshire & Mid Wales group meeting.

Thursday 23rd January: S.E Wales Fertility Group in Abergavenny

Thursday 30th January: North Wales Fertility Group in Wrexham.

We will be setting up new Fertility Groups in 2020 including one in Merthyr and one in North Wales. If you are interesting in learning more about these groups or would like to see one in your area then please get in touch with me.

If you have any questions then please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

WCVA are delighted to announce the upcoming National Youth Work Conference:

When: 4th MARCH 2020

Where: CARDIFF CITY STADIUM

Who: YOUTH WORK PRACTITIONERS

Note: This is a DIARY MARKER only.  Further details of the event, including timings and content (plus how to book your place), will be released in due course.


Rydym yn falch o gyhoeddi’r Gynhadledd Genedlaethol Gwaith Ieuenctid:

Pryd: 4 MAWRTH 2020

Ble: STADIWM DINAS CAERDYDD

Pwy: YMARFERWYR GWAITH IEUENCTID

Sylwer: NODYN AR GYFER Y DYDDIADUR yw hwn. Bydd manylion pellach am y digwyddiad, gan gynnwys yr amserlen a’r cynnwys (a sut i archebu’ch lle), yn cael eu rhyddhau yn y man.

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