From:                                         Robert <>

Sent:                                           03 September 2019 14:01

To:                                               Robert Foster

Subject:                                     September news, training and funding


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September 2019




Client news


Disability Empowerment Centre's  (#dec) work in Java over the last six months has caught the attention of Tempo Magazine. Tempo is one of the largest circulation and best known weekly news and politics magazines in Indonesia. Read more here.


Friend of Red Ochre, Atif Choudry CEO of Diversity and Ability, has been short listed for a National Diversity Award in the Entrepreneur of Excellence category for the good work they’ve been doing. Read more here.



Red Ochre news and training


We're running a full day workshop on Business and Strategic Planning at the Directory of Social Change on the 10th September. See here for more details.


We're running an Applied Innovation course (4 x 90 minutes) at the City Business Library over four months from 11th September. See here for more details.


During August we had the pleasure to be able to work with our colleagues DEC (Disability Empowerment Centre), Lawe Foundation and Kampung Halaman with the support of the British Council.


If you want to know more about Impact: Understanding and Quantifying Your Social Value we're running a course on the 17th September.See DSC for more details.  


If you're interested in our core list of our enterprise and innovation training download the list here.


Funding and Articles


£9 million announced to get ports and local areas ready for Brexit. £5 million will be given to local councils which either have or are near to a major air, land or sea port and £4 million to local resilience forums.


An additional 50 towns will benefit from the £1 billion Future High Streets Fund.


Migrant Workers Programme & Ethnic Minority Support Programme (OC20S19P1494).


NCVO warns of barriers to diversity in the charity sector.


Female entrepreneurs are 63% less likely than men to get funding for their ventures.


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