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 Mojatu Foundation
Newsletter

August 2021
Welcome back, we hope you are well!

The Mojatu newsletter has had a sparkling new makeover as we've begun to evolve our services. From now on, our monthly newsletter will include the latest news, projects and events for women and girls from our organisation, partners and beyond.

We want this newsletter to serve the community. If you would like to submit content, offer support, get involved or give us feedback please email us at:
 info@mojatufoundation.org
 
Princess Royal Training Awards
We're delighted to be one of the 48 recipients to achieve the Princess Royal Training Awards standard in 2021 for our commitment to training and development. 
#PrincessRoyalTrainingAwards
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Domestic Violence Awareness Training
We are running a FREE online Domestic Violence Awareness Training course accredited by the open awards. 

To sign up email Kairel at: kairel@kutambua.com
Email Kairel
Domestic Violence & Black Women: The Trauma We Face
"Domestic Abuse– Violent or aggressive behaviour within the home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or a partner. 

Each year nearly 1.3 million women suffer at the hands of their loved ones in the home. During the pandemic this number increased…."

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How safe do you feel in Nottingham City Centre? 
The Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Caroline Henry, has commissioned the Safer Streets Survey to hear the views of women and girls on how they feel in public spaces. This includes what makes them feel safe or unsafe, their confidence in reporting incidents to the police, and what measures might increase safety and feelings of safety in Nottingham City Centre.

This survey will help inform the Commissioner’s bids for national funding to improve women’s safety as well as her new Plan to tackle crime in Nottinghamshire. 

If you have a spare moment and feel able to, please answer the survey below. You can leave it at any time and there will be support at the end for anyone affected by the subjects raised.
Safer Streets Survey 2021
Kickstart Scheme
We are offering 6-month, paid positions through the government's Kickstart scheme for unemployed 16-24-year-olds on Universal Credit.

Join our team and Kickstart your career.
Contact Us to Find Out More

Unlimited Employability Skills Course - Sept 2021
Are you a woman over 16 and unemployed? If so, Nottingham Women's Centre are running a free Employability Skills Course Sept 13-14th 2021. This 2-day workshop will teach you to recognise the many skills you use in your everyday life and how to discuss them in interviews with confidence.

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Women of Nottingham Podcast
Our podcast 'Women Of Nottingham' is a space to celebrate women and share their struggles, hopes and achievements.  
Highlighting the remarkable and diverse stories of women in the city of  Nottingham.
Listen Here
FGM Support
PATRA partnership to transform outcomes for BAME youths
PATRA has joined forces with Youth Futures Foundation (YFF) to broaden their reach of BAME youth and digitalise their operations and service provision. The project will support at least 40 young people into employment by enhancing their access to work and skills through training and support with digital and soft skills....
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Healthcare, Hospitality & Childcare Courses
We're offering girls and women from African, Caribbean, and New and Emerging Communities’ training and work placements in the childcare and healthcare sectors. Our courses are aimed at enabling learners to gain accredited qualifications, hands-on work experience and to move into employment and further training upon qualification. 
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Listen to FMB Radio
Latest issue of Mojatu Magazine
MDM Podcast on Spotify

Skate Jam
Women and girls skateboarding this weekend (Sunday 22) brought to you by This Girl Can Nottingham ambassadors Jo and Hannah.

Free beginners coaching, open jam with prizes, art & photography exhibited outdoors, all at King Edward Park 1pm-3pm.
NEW PODCAST! Everyone Loves A Bit Of Chocolate -EP 1 : The Power Of Music Healing
Pitch Don't Kill My Vibes - EP1
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Contact us:
0115 784 6666 or 0115 784 6670
Info@mojatufoundation.org
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Mojatu Foundation
Unit 7, Howitt Building,
Lenton Boulevard,
Nottingham, NG7 2BY

United Kingdom

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