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General Council Update November 2020

Friday, 27 November 2020

Hello! I’m Aggie and I’m a member of General Council, here to give you an update on what we discussed at the meeting last weekend. 

What is happening in IFM-SEI for December 2020?

Thursday, 26 November 2020

Our friends at IFM-SEI have different call outs for various matters and events happening in December 2020. 


 05/12/20 — 14:00-16:30 Central European Time (13:00-15:30 UK Time)

An Open Letter Coordinated Across the Youth Sector

Wednesday, 18 November 2020
As members of the British Youth Council, Woodcraft Folk and other youth organisations have joined forces to call for an investment in youth work.

Gender division

Saturday, 7 November 2020

My name is Aggie Taylor and I have just written my undergraduate dissertation: ‘The gendered divisions of labour within voluntary organisations with a commitment to equality: An in-depth study of the Woodcraft Folk’.

Oct 2020 GC Update

Friday, 6 November 2020

General Council met online on Saturday 24th October - here’s a quick summary of our meeting to keep you in the loop.

Welcomes RAEng report

Wednesday, 4 November 2020

Woodcraft Folk welcomes new report by the Royal Academy of Engineering

Coming up with Dream Big At Home

Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Hopefully by now most of our members have had a chance to check out our new resource based website which now has over 200 activities that can be done individually at home, with your household or with a group online or at a social distance. If you haven't now is a perfect time to have a look! We have alo been publishing weekly challenges for all to take part in and share what they have made, learned and done. It's been fantastic to recently see groups using activities and challenges from #DreamBigAtHome to form their programme for this term.

Come along to our Groop surgeries

Thursday, 15 October 2020

As functionality is being increased on Groop, we want to offer you all the opportunity to come along and receive more training online. Come along and receive guidance, updates on developments, ask questions and grow more confident in using the system for the future.

Volunteer now on the Ingenious Project: engineering solutions for climate change

Monday, 12 October 2020

For more information and to get involved contact: 991680

We are seeking engineers from all disciplines to volunteer to train as peer educators, to take part in ideas workshops on engineering solutions to the climate crisis in schools, youth groups, festivals and public events. 

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