The magnificent displays at the Brighton Museum under Object Journeys Project named "Aso-Oke" and "Townships Journey", Marvellous delights await you[...]Read More
We work alongside community services needs and how to best deliver them. We strive To carry out research into community services needs and how to best deliver them. We will advocate for equality of provision, train around equality and cultural competence, promote cohesion and tolerance.
Having a voice in the decision making process with access to training and an understanding of the processes.
Provide advocacy and representation to fairly access services and goods for people across West Sussex.
Are foundational values that we draw upon when envisioning a better society. Equality of opportunity is a social ideal that combines concern with freedom and equality, and this social ideal provides a vision of how we ought to live together.
Arguing about equality of opportunity is really an argument about how best to understand the kind of society we should be striving for, one where free and equal persons live together. Although other ideals may also be worth striving for, equality of opportunity offers important guidance and a standpoint for criticism of contemporary societies, their politicians and our own personal conduct [...]
Creating a collaborative environment where service delivery thrives under common purpose[...]Read More
The Object Journeys team standing in front of the Aso-Oke exhibition. The Object Journeys is a Heritage Lottery Fund funded project run by the British Museum and Brighton and Hove Museums.More about The Journeys...
"I’ve received some training in a completely new field, and have broadened my horizons by being involved in some fascinating areas. I’m not sure what I’ll aim to do as a job in the future, but it has been very valuable experience for me. I’ve also met a lot of interesting people. I find it definitely spices up my week!"
"Our Advocacy Service delivers an empowerment model of advocacy and provides issue based, client-led support and assistance. We offer a wide range of services, from self-help, signposting and information through to full advocacy casework. Our Advocacy Service is free and independent."
"Bridging What You Know To What You Don’t Know.
If everything that can be learned is an ocean, what we have learned so far is a bridge. It may be a large bridge like the Second Severn crossing in Wales; however, it does not bridge over the entire ocean. What it does do is give us an opportunity to extend what we know to things we don’t. This is learning by analogy 'VAK/VARK'. Visual learners learn this way. If you know how to write, you know how to think logically, if you know how to think logically, you can learn about algorithms, if you understand algorithms, you can understand computer science. By learning one thing you can bridge to everything else that can be learned."
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