Dress from Kampala Fair. Directors Mette Islandi from Denmark and Louise Graymore from the UK. We live in Zimbabwe and Uganda and we both believe passionately that, in a country where over 60% of young people are unemployed, creating work is more powerful than giving charity. We established Kampala Fair as a way of providing real jobs that would give people decent working conditions, skills, a sense of pride in their work and the ability to give themselves and their families a secure future.
Monday 5 October, 2015 The Chancellor, George Osborne, has announced that working grandparents are to be given a new legal right to take time off to help care for their grandchildren in an extension of the system of flexible parental leaveThe move is designed to encourage more people to stay in the workplace for longer, boosting the economy, rather than having to decide to give up their jobs if they want to support their families in the first yea
Eco care home creates unique interior-When the Fisher Partnership wanted a bespoke interior for their purpose-built care home, Whitby Court, they turned to Shackletons for seating and soft furnishings that would reflect the high standards of care and comfort the company is committed to providing.
A man with a learning disability who made an online appeal for work has been employed by a restaurant. Thomas Cullen 20 who has Downs syndrome posted a video having failed to find a job after months of trying. Charity Mencap said the video highlighted the difficulties faced by people with a learning disability in gaining employment. Mr Cullen has begun working in the kitchens at the Water Mill at Carlton Miniott near his home in Thirsk. It was one of three job offers the online appeal…