Category Archives: Nexus
Nexus NI Conference on October 11 2017 in The Spires Centre, Belfast Conference Summary The Inquiry into ‘Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham’ by Professor Alexis Jay 2014 and the UK Children’s Commissioner’s Report ‘Protecting Children from Harm’ November 2015 both … Continue reading
Two child tax credit limit legislation change– insensitive and unfair to victims of sexual violence – Nexus NI. Cara Cash, CEO of Nexus NI, said today: “Like many of our partner organisations across the UK, we are hugely concerned about … Continue reading
Would you like to help Nexus NI? If so we have a supportive forum through which you can do just that. Friends of Nexus are people who belive in the work we do, who want to help us continue to … Continue reading
At the recent CO3 awards, our CEO Cara Cash won the category for Best Newcomer. Our congratulations to Cara on winning this award.
Nexus NI launched their new Strategic Plan for 2017-2020 yesterday. Nexus NI Strategic Plan 2017-2020
Monday 6th February marked the beginning of Sexual Violence and Abuse Awareness Week, a UK wide campaign aimed at changing the conversation around these crimes, encouraging victims to come forward and seek help and highlighting the organisations across the UK … Continue reading
Do you have any books, mobile phones, CDs, DVDs or computer games that you no longer need and that you would be happy to donate to Nexus? If so, bring them into our Belfast office (119 University Street, BT7 1HP). Nexus is … Continue reading
Nexus CPCAB Level 5 Diploma in Counselling Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Due to an unavoidable delay, Nexus has had to postpone the start of its L5 Diploma course, therefore we have extended the application deadline to … Continue reading
Child Sexual Abuse – Raising Awareness and Understanding This popular workshop is scheduled to run again on Friday, 27 January from 10am to 4pm. An accessible introductory workshop to raise awareness about a complex and difficult issue that is suitable … Continue reading
Helena Bracken (centre) received with thanks a cheque for £187.00 from Ash House presented by the Governors Richard Taylor and Amanda Wood.