Birmingham Community Matters (BCM) recently worked with Birmingham City University (BCU) to give work experience opportunities to four final-year students. This was through BCU’s Social Innovation Impact Programme. Over the eight weeks of the students’ ‘micro placements’, we tasked them with looking at ways to analyse and present our impact data. We also asked them […]
We are delighted to have secured funding from the National Lottery’s Reaching Communities England fund.
In March 2022, we held our first in-person BCM session for two years.
MiFriendly Cities was a three-year initiative to help our region become even more ‘migration friendly’.
We tried something new in south Birmingham this year: two ‘B30 Get Together’ evening events.
We used our grant to hold events, collaborate and offer and peer-to-peer support.
We held an event to find out what people like about BCM.