A Fond Farewell

Our AGM (Tuesday 15th December) was a milestone in the life of Inclusion Barnet as we bid farewell to two of our longest-serving Trustees. Paul Baldwin and Maria Nash have been part of the Inclusion Barnet story since the very beginning and in fact without their tireless input and enthusiasm for our cause, Inclusion Barnet […]

Festive Opening Hours

Over the festive period we at Inclusion Barnet are taking a short break. We will have a very small number of staff working from 21st to 24th December and the office will be completely closed from Friday 25th December and will open again on Monday 4th January. During this time we’ll be unable to respond […]

Supporting Online Wellbeing

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We are proud to have provided evidence supporting Just Fair’s submission to the House of Lords COVID-19 Committee inquiry. This submission looks at the economic and social rights implications of digital technology on people’s wellbeing in the UK. Recommendations are made based on human rights measures to ensure no group of people is disproportionately affected […]

Inclusion Barnet Launches Management Handbook

  Barnet, London, Thursday 3rd December, 2020 – Inclusion Barnet, the Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisation (DDPO) today unveils the Inclusion Barnet Management Handbook. A free resource to support leaders of DDPOs, the Management Handbook also offers managerial insight to any team leader. The Management Handbook is available on the Inclusion Barnet website for viewing […]

Barnet Together launches Barnet Voluntary Sector Manifesto

  Thursday 29th October 2020, Barnet London – Barnet Together, a partnership between Inclusion Barnet, Volunteering Barnet and the Young Barnet Foundation, is calling for community, voluntary and faith groups as well as statutory organisations and businesses operating in the borough of Barnet, to sign up to the Barnet Voluntary Sector Manifesto.  Caroline Collier, CEO Inclusion Barnet said: “We saw organisations across the borough mobilise and work together in response to Covid-19 and we hope that this Manifesto provides a way to ensure […]

NHSE Digital First Social Prescribing Survey – Barnet Voluntary and Community Sector views required!

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  Social prescribing is a way to address people’s non-medical needs holistically, empowering individuals to take greater control of their own health. The Digital First Social Prescribing Programme aims to enhance how social prescribing is provided by digitising key elements of the resident’s journey and to improve the experience of all those involved in social […]

Free Barnet Together Fundraising Sessions Now Open for Registration

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  23rd September 2020, London – Barnet Together’s autumn fundraising sessions are now open for registration. Led by experienced fundraisers Ellen Cheshire and Ruth Mulandi, and offered through Inclusion Barnet, the free sessions are open to charities, voluntary and community groups based in or serving Barnet. The first course, Introduction to Fundraising, will run on […]

BEH staff share their Lived Experience in new publication

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  The Trust Wide Enablement Partnership is our collaboration with Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust (BEH). Part of the work of the Partnership focuses on building a culture within BEH where the lived experience of staff members is viewed as an asset, as something that can add another layer of expertise on top […]

Re: Opening Safely

  Re-opening Safely With the gradual easing of the lockdown since June, you may already be busy planning to get back into your office and starting up your usual services again. You may at the same time be worried about changing guidelines and be asking yourself what you can and should do. Here are some […]