ARTS and community organisations will celebrating Black History Month with a programme themed around ‘the power of words through storytelling and shared histories.’
Schoolchildren have featured in a poignant video to remind people about the power of community spirit following the tragic murder of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel last August.
Liverpool City Council is set to implement a new Neighbourhood Model to fundamentally transform the way it delivers frontline services for the people of the city.
Crime prevention kits are being handed out in three wards in south Liverpool today as part of an ongoing project to cut crime and anti-social behaviour and improve community relationships in the area.
Twenty organisations have been given thousands of pounds in funding to help crackdown on serious and organised crime in parts of Liverpool and Knowsley.
Liverpool City Council and National Museums Liverpool (NML) have marked Refugee Week by coming together to hold a special event.
A comprehensive programme of work is under way to address racial issues in Liverpool’s education system.
A share of £165,000 is up for grabs to help community groups make the Liverpool City Region a cleaner and greener place.
Liverpool City Council Internal Audit officer Paul Stratton was recently the subject of a heart-warming surprise by Michael McIntyre on BBC One – making his debut for Everton FC - in recognition of his voluntary work helping refugees fleeing Ukraine. In this blog he explains more about the surreal experience…