Meetings are attended by local ward Councillors, Calderdale Council staff, Police and local services on request. If you cannot attend a meeting but would like to raise a matter please contact the Halifax Central ward Forum team on 01422 365948 or email email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you there
Cohesion & Integration Strategy – Consultation
The Council is currently consulting on a draft Cohesion and Integration Strategy for the borough. This is your opportunity to get involved and shape the future direction of this strategy. Follow the link below to complete a short questionnaire.
The public consultation closes on Friday 27th October 2017 at 5pm.
THERE IS NO ONE FACE OF MODERN SLAVERY
There is no typical victim of slavery – victims can be men, women and children of all ages and cut across the population. But it is normally more prevalent amongst the most vulnerable, minority or socially excluded groups Modern slavery has been getting increasingly more attention both from the mainstream media and the government, which culminated with passing the Modern Slavery Act in 2015.
Types of modern day slavery include:
HUMAN TRAFFICKING, CHILD TRAFFICKING, DEBT BONDAGE, FORCED LABOUR, SEXUAL EXPLOITATION, CRIMINAL EXPLOITATION, DOMESTIC SERVITUDE
Human Trafficking could be taking place in Calderdale and you could help to tackle it.We have commissioned Hope For Justice to run free training sessions for people working in Calderdale, typically those who work on the frontline and with the public.
Bankfield Museum is opening a new gallery and the first exhibition will be looking at the past, present and future of Akroydon. This exhibition is in collaboration with the Halifax Photographic Society who will be capturing the ‘Present’ element in photographs.
The exhibition opens on the 7th October 2017 and more details are available on Calderdale Museums website http://www.calderdale.gov.uk/museums
The Halifax Photographic Society would like to hear from people who now live, or have lived in Akroydon. They would like to arrange a time to meet, photograph you, and hear your stories about living in the area.
There will be an informal gathering on Tuesday 19th September, 6 p.m in
The Square, Akroydon (whatever the weather) where the Halifax Photographic Society will photograph you and images of you may be included in the exhibition.
If you are interested, please come along and share this with other residents.
If you can’t get there but would like to know more or be involved contact the Halifax Photographic Society via the website http://www.halifaxphotographicsociety.co.uk/