Cardiff Third Sector Equality and Human Right Network

Have your say on benefits, in work poverty and pension’s poverty.  

Wednesday, 26 June 2019 from 09:30 to 13:00 pm .

Culture and Media Centre @Loudoun.

This event focuses on the experiences of people facing inequality and solutions.

The theme of the event is benefits, in-work poverty, and pension poverty. 

To find out more and book a space: Cardiff Third Sector Equality & Human Rights event on benefits & in work poverty

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GDPR – Blwyddyn yn Ddiweddarach gweminar #databwrddgwaith

26 Mehefin 2019, 14:00 - 15:00 Daeth y Rheoliad Diogelu Data Cyffredinol (GDPR) i rym ar 25 Mai 2018, ei nod yw diogelu unigolion yn fwy ac felly ceir mwy o rwymedigaethau preifatrwydd i fudiadau.

GDPR – One Year On #desktopdata webinar 

 

26 June 2019, 14:00 - 15:00The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018, it aims to provide more protection for individuals and therefore more privacy obligations for organisations

 

Cynnwys

"A hithau'n flwyddyn ers iddo ddod i rym, bydd WCVA ar y cyd â'r ICO (Swyddfa'r Comisiynydd Gwybodaeth) yn cynnal gweminar a fydd yn edrych ar y tueddiadau y mae'r rheoleiddiwr wedi'u gweld mewn cwynion gan wrthrychau data ac adroddiadau o dorri'r rheolau gan fudiadau dros y 12 mis diwethaf. Dyma gyfle i drafod y newidiadau mewn diogelu data ac unrhyw ansicrwydd sy'n wynebu'r sector, yn ogystal â chael golwg ar yr hyn sydd ar y gweill yn ystod ail flwyddyn GDPR"

Cael gwybod mwy a chadw lle


 

Hefyd ar y gweill yn fuan...

25 Mehefin 2019: Cyflwyniad i ddiogelu yn y trydydd sector (Cymru), Caerdydd
09 Gorffennaf 2019: Y cyfryngau cymdeithasol i’r trydydd sector, Casnewydd


Torf-gyllido hyfforddiant

Y cwrs cywir ond yn y lleoliad neu iaith anghywir? Os gwelwch gwrs sy’n ennyn eich diddordeb yn y rhaglen hyfforddi hon neu rywle ar ein gwefan ond nid yw’n cael ei gynnal mewn lleoliad cyfleus neu byddai’n well gennych wneud y cwrs yn Gymraeg neu’n ddwyieithog yna mae croeso i chi gysylltu â ni. Os gallwch ddod o hyd i ddiddordeb yn y cwrs yn eich ardal yna gallwn ni ddod atoch chi a’ch helpu i’w hyrwyddo hefyd.


 

Hyfforddiant ac ymgynghoriaeth wedi’u teilwra

Gallwn ni ddod atoch chi! Mae modd cynnal pob un o’n cyrsiau yn arbennig i chi yn eich mudiad. Mae hyn yn aml yn rhatach gan ddibynnu ar y niferoedd. Mae cyrsiau Cymraeg a dwyieithog hefyd ar gael. Gallwn weithio gyda mudiadau ledled Cymru a Lloegr.


 

Cymryd Rhan


I weld manylion llawn y cwrs, gan gynnwys prisiau a faint o leoedd sydd ar gael, cliciwch ar ddyddiad y cwrs neu cysylltwch â'n Lein Gymorth 0300 111 0124neu This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." data-type="url" href="http://t.e2ma.net/click/tircj/hpgj2c/tqxyqd" style="color:rgb(43, 170, 223)">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. yn y sgwrs ar Twitter gan ddefnyddio #DysguWCVA
 

Content

"Now one year on since its introduction, WCVA in conjunction with the ICO (Information Commissioner's Office) will be delivering a webinar which will look at the trends that the regulator has seen in complaints from data subjects and breach reports from organisations over the last 12 months. This will be an opportunity to discuss the changes in data protection and any uncertainties faced by the sector, plus an insight in to what to look out for during the second year of GDPR"

Find out more and book a space


Also coming up soon

25 June 2019: Introduction to safeguarding in the third sector (Wales), Cardiff
09 July 2019: Social media for the third sector, Newport
 

Crowd sourcing training

The right course but in the wrong location or language? If you see a course that interests you on this training programme or more widely on our website but it is not being delivered in a location convenient for you or you would rather it be delivered in Welsh or bilingually then please do get in touch. If you can find interest for the course in your area then we can come to you and help you to promote it too.


 

Bespoke training and consultancy

We can come to you! All our courses can be delivered to you in your own organisation and it often works out to be cheaper depending on numbers. Welsh and bilingual courses are also available.


 

Get involved


To view full course information including prices and places available, please click course date or contact our helpdesk on 0300 111 0124 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Get involved in the conversation on Twitter using #WCVALearning

(Via Disability Wales | Anabledd Cymru

Invite to focus group - access to the justice system in Wales

Disability Wales are holding a small focus group on behalf of The Commission on Justice in Wales.

Disabled people are invited to share their experiences of the following: 

  • Using a court as a disabled person – access difficulties for people with any kind of impairment; impact.  When we talk about using a court we mean all types of users.  As well as parties and witnesses this includes staff, lawyers, judges, juries, journalists and members of the public
  • Under-representation of disabled people in employment in the justice system – what are the barriers in accessing training and employment and in accessibility if employed within the justice system?
  • Access to advice services; difficulties and impact
  • Access to legal aid; difficulties and impact
  • Hate crime as it affects disabled people; incidence and response of the justice system
  • Lack of awareness of human rights of disabled people within the justice system
  • Access to justice for people with mental health issues and learning difficulties
  • Exclusion of D/deaf and hearing impaired people from jury service; personal assistants and interpreters not considered to be procedural accommodation
  • Perspectives on what the Commission could recommend in order to remove barriers experienced by disabled people in the justice system.

The focus group will take place on Tuesday 18 June 2pm til 4pm at Disability Wales, Brydon House, Caerphilly Business Park, Van Road, Caerphilly CF83 3GW.

(Via University of Worcester) 

'Including Missing Voices'

The University of Worcester and Shaping Our Lives (National Network of Service Users and Disabled People) have embarked on a research project, titled 'Including Missing Voices', which aims to hear the voice of Disabled people who live in Gypsy Roma Traveller (GRT) communities.

In order to gain more of an understanding in this area, we are keen to know your views. We are therefore sending a short survey (7 questions) to Deaf and Disabled organisations.

No personal information is requested and questions ask only if your organisation is involved in any way with the Disabled Gypsy, Roma, and Traveller community.

The following link takes you to first to the project information page and then requests your consent to continue before taking you to the question page:

https://ucw.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/including-missing-voices-w1-w10

The survey will run for one month from today, closing on 6th July 2019, and should take only a few minutes of your time.

Building non-violent relationships: Alternatives to Violence Project training in Cardiff

Does your organisation work with people who have problems handling conflict without resorting to or suffering from violence? 

Are you personally interested in developing conflict-resolution skills?

Some of the learning outcomes which participants gain on an AVP workshop are:

  • Increased awareness of self and the needs of others
  • Increased self-esteem and empathy
  • Better listening and communication skills
  • A better understanding of the roots of violence
  • Increased skills in dealing with conflict in positive ways to achieve solutions which are positive for all concerned.

AVP is keen to form partnerships with organisations in Wales that could gain from collaboration with us. 

If your organisation is interested in discussing this option, please get in touch, using the details below. 

We’d really like to meet you to explore possibilities.

Interested?  For more information contact Jane Harries at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or phone : 07756 016953

Or go to www.avpbritain.org.uk, where you can find information about forthcoming workshop dates, fee structures etc.

documentWhat is AVP A4 2019

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