June 14th to 20th

Various Times

Generation Rent Online Events

Free online webinars for private renters and those who support them. Book a place on a webinar for  the latest renters’ rights information.

June 21st


The Equality Trust Webinar: Share the latest thinking on inequality.

Will include speakers from CLASS discussing their recent research “Work in 2021 a Tale of Two Economies” and an update from Equality Trust Executive Director Dr Wanda Wyporska. 

June 24th and 25th

Booking from now

Church Action on Poverty

An online conference to highlight findings of their research project Life on the Breadline: Christianity, Poverty and Politics in the 21st Century City.

June 23rd and 24th


Rosa Summer Conference

Conference for organisations primarily supporting women and girls. Agenda and Booking form now available.

June 27th


SPIRU presentation. Providing ‘poverty intelligence’ for the Common Good.

SPIRU data resources are available to support anti-poverty practitioners and researchers. The session (Day 2, session 2) is free and open to all, when you book you just need to say you are not planning on attending other sessions, as the conference is over 2 days. Whilst this has a Scottish focus the resources could be very useful across the UK. More general information about the conference here.

June 29th


LSE Free Webinar. Youth and Inequalities in the UK

Hosted by the International Inequalities Institute, The panel brings together three young leaders who are working in and beyond their local communities to address inequalities in education, housing, employment and the criminal justice system.

June 30th


4in10 and Advice for Renters free Training. Eviction Ban End: What to Expect.

First of two webinars focusing on the impact of the ending of the eviction ban.

This webinar will fame what the eviction ban did and why this ending may impact your work in the months to come.

July 1st


4in10 and Advice for Renters free Training. Eviction Ban End: Know Your Rights!

This second webinar outlines a variety of practical information that could be useful for you in supporting individuals with housing worries.

July 6th

12 Midday

Health Foundation Webinar

Launch of findings from their COVID-19 impact inquiry. Looking at the nation’s long-term health and health inequalities, and what this can teach us about creating a healthier, fairer society.

July 7th


Clinks Free to Join Webinar.

A free online session on the role of the voluntary sector and trusts and foundations in tackling race inequality in the criminal justice system.

Various Dates through June and July

9.30 - 4.30

One Stonegrove. Community Organising Training

Training in Community Organising for residents near their Barnet bases. Their mission is to build and support a resilient and sustainable community of active citizens in and around North West London. For local Barnet residents the training is just £10 but places are available for others at a scale rate depending on organisation size, starting at £83.00

Various Dates through September and October but book now if interested.


Partnership for Young London. Trauma Informed Practice Learning.

No Deadline

UK Youth

#Young and Black Campaign have free resources available to download designed to support youth organisations with creating safe spaces for young people to discuss racial inequality.

No Deadline

Digital Candle

Digital Candle is a free service matching voluntary organisations up with a volunteer expert for an hour of free digital advice. Submit your question and within 48 hours you will receive an email matching you with an appropriate expert. No question is too broad or too niche; whatever you need to know, they will find someone who can help.

No Deadline


Offering some fabulous free art activity resources for families and organisations to access.

Ongoing Training

Booking from Now


NCVO have published their latest training bulletin. Most immediate training is sold out but there are booking opportunities for later in the year. There is no charge for smaller organisations and a sliding scale for organisations with an income of £50,000 or more.

No Deadline

Lime Bikes

Offering all London key workers – from NHS and emergency service staff to carers, teachers and supermarket staff unlimited free Lime e-bike rides to help commuting in a safe and socially distanced way during lockdown.