Tag: Greater Manchester

Salford and Manchester stand together for peace

Salford and Manchester stand together for peace – Following the Manchester attack in May 2017, many initiatives have been taken to challenge hate, promote diversity and demonstrate that living a peaceful life is the way forward. In the days and weeks after the attacks, people took to social media with a call #WeStandTogether. This has…Read more »

Together – Peace Foundation remembers one year on

Together – Peace Foundation remembers one year on. On 22nd May 2018, the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation will stage a commemoration to remember all those affected by the Manchester Arena attack.  They will also be leading the town in the national minute’s silence and are inviting anyone in the area to join with the Centre…Read more »

Manchester announces first anniversary commemoration plans

Manchester announces first-anniversary commemoration plans Further details of the Manchester commemoration, one year following the attack outside the Manchester Arena, including a vigil called Manchester Together, to take place in Albert Square. The Manchester Together – With One Voice event, from 19:30 to21:00 on Tuesday 22 May 2018, will see choirs come together in song…Read more »

Long-term sustainable recovery needed after terrorist incidents

Long-term sustainable recovery needed after terrorist incidents. A lead organisation that provides support to the survivors of terrorism, is calling for a long-term sustainable approach to recovery following the publication of the independent Lord Kerslake review into the response to the Manchester attack in May 2017. The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation operates the national…Read more »

Tuesday 22nd May 2018 – One Year Since the Manchester Arena Attack

Manchester City Council will lead the official commemoration on Tuesday 22nd May 2018 – the first anniversary of the Manchester Arena Attack. The Survivors Assistance Network (SAN), part of the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, continues to provide practical and emotional support to many of those affected by the terrorist atrocities in Manchester and elsewhere….Read more »

Cities United | Mayors join together in Peace Centre

Cities United The newly elected Metro Mayors for Greater Manchester and the Liverpool City region, Steve Rotherham and Andy Burnham came together in Warrington to visit the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Centre and show their support for the Peace Foundation. Steve Rotherham is the first directly elected Metro Mayor of Liverpool City Region, his…Read more »

Grants to prevent hate in Manchester

Grants available – Manchester’s Hate Crime Awareness Week 2018 grant scheme is now open for applications. Applications are invited from community and faith groups, charities, schools and voluntary groups.  Thye can apply for grants of up to £400 to hold an event during hate crime awareness week from 5 – 12 February 2018. In the…Read more »