Promoting Equality in the World of Work in Manchester, North West
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Promoting Equality in the World of Work
We are pleased to be supported by a range of key strategic organisations including: the North West Regional Development Agency, the Government Office, the North West Regional Assembly, North West Forum, Exterion Media and the North West Trade Union Congress.
We are grateful for the financial support we receive from the South West Regional Development Agency, Capacity Builders and the Big Lottery Fund.
Our work covers policy development, capacity building, best practice, awareness raising, training and research. We aim to work with our regional networks and partners in all of these areas.
An Approach To Send Our Message Across Manchester
Recently, we have worked alongside Exterion Media in promoting equality in the workplace in Manchester.
Together, we came up with a strategic OOH advertising campaign as a means of sending a message to the local people about how we should view the workplace to be.
We choose T-Side bus advertising as this would cover a large area in Manchester, including the city centre and Greater Manchester. Click here for more information.
This has been one of our most successful pathways as we have received a crowd of positive responses and there are numerous supporters joining us. You too can support us by contacting us today.
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