Posts in Category: Tackling poverty

Cardiff Council - ‘Get It out For Cardiff’ Student Recycling Campaign 

A reuse and recycling scheme aimed at students at the end of the academic year

Get It out For Cardiff (GIOFC) started life as an end of term campaign to encourage students living in residential properties in Cathays and Plasnewydd to clear out their waste in an organised manner prior to them leaving for the summer holidays. This involved extra collections of waste taking place over the course of the weekends in June.

Promotion of the campaign was done via posters, email, internet, social media and delivery of information at local landlord and community meetings, co-ordinated by the Council and Cardiff Digs. Information about the WEEE collections was provided by ERP.

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Anti-Poverty: Strategy to Action - Colin Everett, Chief Executive Flintshire County Council 

Anti-Poverty: Corporate approaches to a crosscutting issue WLGA Conference - 19th June 2014
The purpose of this workshop is to explore how local authorities can develop a successful, joined-up approach to tackling poverty. Participants will discuss what can be done at a strategic level to ensure priorities and processes are geared towards... read more
 
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  11/03/2015   Categories: Tackling poverty
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MAKING POVERTY A PRIORITY - David Congreve, Assistant Chief Executive (Torfaen County Borough Council) 

Anti-Poverty: Corporate approaches to a crosscutting issue WLGA Conference - 19th June 2014
Aim of the workshop: The purpose of this workshop is to explore how local authorities can develop a successful, joined-up approach to tackling poverty. Participants will discuss what can be done at a strategic level to ensure priorities and... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  11/03/2015   Categories: Tackling poverty
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