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People in Greater Manchester asked for views on tackling Gender-Based Violence

GMCA has developed proposals for 10-year strategy to tackle gender-based violence, which predominantly affects women and girls Early engagement feedback leads to name change Commitments expanded to include working with minoritized populations as well as work to anticipate the risk of hate crimes GREATER Manchester today launches a public consultation to gain a wide range of views on proposals developed to tackle gender-based violence in the city-region, ranging from how men and boys treat women and girls to strengthening services for victims and survivors.

Greater Manchester Police donate 2,400 tablets to the Greater Manchester Tech Fund to support communities who face digital exclusion

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) has donated 2,400 tablets to the Greater Manchester Technology Fund to be repurposed to support young people and families facing digital exclusion across the city-region.

Secretary of State endorses Greater Manchester’s blueprint for jobs and growth driven by innovation

The Business Secretary @KwasiKwarteng has backed Greater Manchester’s blueprint to boost economic growth and level up the regions through innovation. Earlier today, fourteen colleges and universities across Greater Manchester have come together with a joint commitment to addressing the skills and economic challenges facing the region.

Mayor of Greater Manchester announces bold ambition to get residents online

@AndyBurnhamGM @greatermcr announces ambition to support all under-25s, over-75s and disabled people in Greater Manchester to get online A total of 176,000 GM residents have not accessed the internet in the last three months  Digital Inclusion Action Network established to drive new ambition Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham has announced ambitions for Greater Manchester to become one of the first city-regions in the world to equip all under-25s, over-75s and disabled people with the skills, connectivity and technology to get online.

Greater Manchester Combined Authority Joins Coalition To Combat UK Digital Skills Gap

GMCA joins 141 organisations in the FutureDotNow coalition to tackle UK digital skills gap 17 million people in the UK are without the essential digital skills for work GMCA has granted £1.5m to local authorities to address barriers to digital inclusion GREATER Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) has joined FutureDotNow, a new coalition of major organisations working together to close the UK’s workplace digital skills gap.

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