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Archive for March, 2018

Join the Stay Up Late team – we’re recruiting

24
Mar
2018

We’ve got two new positions on our team   But the clock is ticking as the deadline is 5pm on Thursday 12th April Gig Buddies project assistant You will support the work of the Gig Buddies project with a particular focus on matching people who are living in more rural parts of Sussex.  This is […]

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Zero Project Conference, Vienna 2018

20
Mar
2018

Our round-up from Zero Project Conference 2018 Me and Kate were recently invited to present at the Zero Project Conference in Vienna. This year’s theme was accessibility and whilst a lot of the talks were about uses of technology and artificial intelligence it was also good to see that there was a real mix of people […]

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Storm and Thunder team minutes January 2018

16
Mar
2018

The storm has arrived! Here are the minutes from our last meeting Every month some gig buddies meet up at The Stay Up Late office to discuss issues around the Stay Up Late charity, future socials and running the current  Gig Buddies projects.   If you click the pictures below you can read the minutes […]

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Stay Up Late survey – what have we achieved in 10 years?

14
Mar
2018

10 years ago this week saw the premiere of the movie ‘Heavy Load’ at SXSW Austin, Texas, probably the greatest music and film festival of them all! We’ve launched a new Stay Up Late survey to find out what difference it’s made. Bearing in mind we launched Stay Up Late 2 years before the global […]

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Ffrindiau Gigiau Caerdydd (Gig Buddies Cardiff) – launches!!

06
Mar
2018

Some very exciting news from our friends at Learning Disability Wales. They have been working tirelessly for a long time on this but finally we can reveal the launch of Gig Buddies in Cardiff. Although that’s not what it’s called, it’s actually called Ffrindiau Gigiau Caerdydd. And we are super excited to be able to […]

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