Bulletins & Newsletters

Healthwatch Manchester Bulletin: https://mailchi.mp/e6e96d8fa713/2018s-first-healthwatch-manchester-bulletin?e=b19bbad1a3

Manchester Community Central Bulletin

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Age-friendly Manchester: E-Bulletin Issue 146 – February 2018

This monthly update provides news, event details, information and advice for older people and those who work with and support older people.

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Dear all,

Season’s Greetings from Community on Solid Ground!

Thank you for your support this year!

Please find attached our newsletter xmas newsletter 17

which we would love to share with you, to get everyone celebrating the achievements of our young people.

Regards

Catherine

Catherine Fuller | Youth Leader | T: 0161 862 0955 | E: catherine.fuller@yosg.org.uk

COMMUNITY ON SOLID GROUND – ENGAGE | EMPOWER | ENABLE | www.yosg.org.uk

 


 

Volunteering

Sign up now with Volunteer Centre Manchester
If your organisation works in Manchester and involves volunteers, you are encouraged to register with Volunteer Centre Manchester.Register with Volunteer Centre Manchester
Register your organisation – Click here to register your organisation
Register as a volunteer – Click here to register as a volunteerVolunteer DBS (CRB) checks
DBS Manchester and Salford provides a quality and professional DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checking service and Safe Recruitment advice centre. DBS Manchester and Salford is provided by Salford CVS. For further information click here or contact 0161 787 7795, or email: dbs@salfordcvs.co.ukVolunteer Centre Manchester’s training page
Click here to see what we’re runningFunding
Our funding search engine is a straight forward FREE service using information from IDOX Information Solutions that can help voluntary, charitable and community groups like yours to find suitable funding. To search for funding opportunities click here

Information and Resources
On our website we have a diverse range of resources, toolkits and contacts to help you understand what you need to do in order to develop and sustain your voluntary / community group and operate legally. To view our factsheets and toolkits click here

Policy and influence
The Policy and Influence Team support strong, collective input by Manchester’s voluntary sector and residents by sharing information, co-ordinating and linking organisations and providing opportunities for people to come together and network.Click here for more information

My Manchester
The voice of the city. Watch films, listen to audio and read blogs created by the Manchester Community reporters showcasing Manchester’s stories on theMyManchester website
Directory 
Visit our online directory of voluntary and community sector organisations in Manchester where you can search for Manchester organisations and register to promote your organisation. To browse the Directory and to register click here

Conference and room hire
We have excellent city centre rooms available in different sizes to suit your needs at affordable rates. We can provide refreshments, catering and all the equipment you require for your meetings. There are even discounts available for members. Find out more here or email us at: roombookings@macc.org.uk

Opportunities to contribute
If you have any comments, news, events or jobs that you would like to include in the Manchester Community Central bulletins, please contact: info@mcrcommunitycentral.org
To sign up to receive our quarterly enewsletter, please email:info@mcrcommunitycentral.org

To get in touch
Telephone Information Service: 0333 321 3021

• Support Line open Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm
• Calls are charged at the same rate as a local call, whether made from a landline or mobile phone

 

Health & Wellbeing

Lord Mayor holding Charter

Have you had your fly vaccine yet?

It is free if you are over 65.
Book your;s online or call your GP practice today.

Celebrating Meals on Wheels Week with Vegetarian for Life

Manchester-based charity Vegetarian for Life (VfL) has released a new meal delivery guide to mark Meals on Wheels Week (6-10 November).

An estimated 12,000 older adults in Greater Manchester are vegetarian or vegan. In 2014, VfL’s survey suggested that over 22% of Manchester’s care homes have vegetarian or vegan residents.

The charity has a range of free publications including cooking on a budget, nutrition, and catering guides, as well as menu planners and a wide range of recipes. Hands on training is available for care caterers in Greater Manchester.

If you would like any further information on the charity or the Dinners to your Door service, please call 0161 257 0887 or email. You can also learn more on the Vegetarian for Life website.

Parkinson’s UK – Greater Manchester Information and Awareness Day

Saturday 4 November, 10:30 – 3:30pm
Irish World Heritage Centre, 1 Irish Town Way, Manchester, M8 0AE

Including presentation on health, research and support, along with exercise and therapy sessions. Lunch is included.

To book your free place email rward-dooley@parkinsons.org.uk or phone 0300 123 3672.

For further health and support information from a range of partners, including dementia, carer, mental and sexual health advice, visit our Health & Support page.

Local Age-Friendly Contacts

Our age-friendly networks bring together local organisations and groups aimed at older people.  The networks organise events and are a great way to socialise and have your say about what’s happening in the city.

Find out who to contact in your area.

The Age-Friendly Manchester Team

Established in 2003 as Valuing Older People, Age-Friendly Manchester is a partnership involving organisations, groups and individuals across the city playing their part in making Manchester a great place to grow older.

Contact the team at agefriendly@manchester.gov.uk

We’ll be back with our next e-bulletin in a month’s time.  Please send us any news articles or event/regular group listing requests at least two weeks ahead.

 

Volunteering & Training Opportunities

Join Manchester Cares!

Manchester Cares is a community network of young professionals and older neighbours hanging out and helping one another in our rapidly changing city. We do this because while Manchester is one of the most amazing cities in the world – a place of influence, innovation and integrity – it can also sometimes also feel anonymous, lonely and isolating. Our model therefore seeks to bring together older people and young professionals to reduce loneliness, improve confidence and connection, and bridge divides across social and generational lines.

Manchester Cares is hiring a programme coordinator. This will be an exceptional people -person and first leader who will build core programmes from scratch, to manage the team as it grows, to create vital partnerships in the community, and to mobilise hundreds of younger and older Mancunians to share time, laughter and new experiences in our rapidly changing city.

You can read more about the job here.

For more information or to apply please send your CV and a covering letter to alex.smith@manchestercares.org.uk, demonstrating why you want to join Manchester Cares, why you are right for this role and what you will bring to it.

Passionate about Manchester music, past and present? Got a story to tell?

The Rebel Music: The Sound of Politics and Protest in Manchester project is running three training opportunities for women and members of the LGBT+ community.
(1) Rebel Music: Researching Women’s Histories in Archives (RNCM) Sep 9th

Join MDMArchive’s Abigail Ward and RNCM’s archivist Heather Roberts for a fascinating and lively day learning how to unearth hidden histories within the RNCM archives and beyond.
Placing women’s histories and queer histories upfront, Heather will provide you with the confidence to find and work with archival material that interests you.

(2) MDMArchive Online Exhibition Training Day #1 (IABF) Sep 23rd

A relaxed training day led by curator Abigail Ward for people who are interested in creating their own online exhibitions within the Manchester Digital Music Archive website.

(3) MDMArchive Online Exhibition Training Day #2 (IABF) Sep 30rd

A relaxed training day led by curator Abigail Ward for people who are interested in creating their own online exhibitions within the Manchester Digital Music Archive website.

RAISE: Careers Guidance

Would you like to speak to a dedicated careers advisor? RAISE have developed a team of advisors who will work one-to-one with customers, building an understanding of where they want to get to and then developing a plan of how they can get there.

RAISE has an awareness of how everyone’s situation is different. A customer might be at the start of their career; need to re-train to change careers; may have family caring responsibilities, or might be struggling with the motivation they need to get back on track.

If you would like to know more about the RAISE advisors and get involved, you may:
Email Tracey Harmer or call 07872 503 665, or
Email Stacey Burgess or call 0161 667 6430.

Age-Friendly Culture Champions: Being a Cultural Connector

Manchester’s Age-Friendly Culture Champions are planning three sharing and networking events over the next 6 months.

The events will be an opportunity for Culture Champions (new and existing) to share their experiences and skills and network with other Champions from across Manchester.

The first sharing and networking session: Being a Cultural Connector will take place on Tuesday 19th September from 11am to 2pm at the Whitworth Art Gallery; meeting room one. Refreshments will be provided.

To register for a place (only 20 places available) email Claire or phone/text on 07776 170688.

For further information about these and many other volunteering opportunities, see ourWork & Volunteering page.

The City Council’s Work and Skills Team also produce their own e-bulletin – you can sign up for their updates here.

Advice & Support

Health & Wellbeing

Funding Success for Wellbeing in Later Life Course

Local mental health charity, Manchester Mind is delighted to announce renewed funding for its Building a Healthy Future– Living Well in Later Life course.

Funding has been received from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, as part of their Transitions into Later Life programme, enabling Manchester Mind to deliver seven further courses to residents in the city.

The course aims to improve people’s resilience, their ability to cope with life’s challenges, with much of the focus being on improved emotional wellbeing.

The next course starts on 9th October and is hosted by Age UK at Openshaw Resource Centre. Subsequent courses will run through to June 2018.

For more information about Building A Healthy Future – Living Well in Later Life visit the Manchester Mind website.

Further courses details will be updated on the site in due course.

For further information please email Aimee Lawless.

Koalap: A new smartwatch study exploring the relationship between activity and pain
 
Researchers at the University of Manchester have launched Koalap (Knee OA: linking activity and pain) ia collaborative sub-study developed in partnership with Google  that is exploring how smartwatch technology might help us to better understand the relationship between activity and pain.If you have diagnosed knee osteoarthritis; are over the age of 50; live in the Greater Manchester area and own a smartphone.Find more information about the study here, and if have any further questions email the dedicated study email address.
For further health and support information from a range of partners, including dementia, carer, mental and sexual health advice, visit our Health & Support page.

Local Age-Friendly Contacts

Our age-friendly networks bring together local organisations and groups aimed at older people.  The networks organise events and are a great way to socialise and have your say about what’s happening in the city.

Find out who to contact in your area.

The Age-Friendly Manchester Team

Established in 2003 as Valuing Older People, Age-Friendly Manchester is a partnership involving organisations, groups and individuals across the city playing their part in making Manchester a great place to grow older.

Contact the team at agefriendly@manchester.gov.uk

We’ll be back with our next e-bulletin in a month’s time.  Please send us any news articles or event/regular group listing requests at least two weeks ahead.

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Jobs, training and other opportunities for Manchester residents.
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Work and Skills Team Weekly Bulletin


Week beginning 7th August 2017

Please find below a summary of vacancies, apprenticeships, training and other opportunities open to Manchester residents.
For more information on the opportunities and vacancies below you should contact the company or organisation in the first instance. If you would like to get in touch with the Work and Skills Team directly, please call us on 0161 234 1515. At the end of this email are contact details for some of our officers based in your area.
General information about work and skills in Manchester can also be found at manchester.gov.uk/work.


Job Vacancies

Manchester Life 
A new development of 1000 new homes across Ancoats and New Islington
Building Services Technician (Plumber)
Click here to find out more
Building Services Technician (Electrician)
Click here to find out more
Concierge
Click here to find out more
Property Management Accounts Assistant
Click here to find out more
To apply contact: 0161 234 1959 or jennifer.bendik@mcrlife.co.uk

Young Manchester
Head of Finance
£39,177 – £41,967
Head of Commissioning and Partnerships
£33,437 – £36,397
Finance and Administration Officer
£20,661 – £22,658
Permanent Full Time positions
Closing Date 14th August
Click here to find out more

The Works Manchester
40 x Building Attendants, The University of Manchester
Average of 20hrs p/w between 6.30am  – 11.30am
NMW rising to £8.47 p/h
Click here to find out more
Special Collections Assistant, The University of Manchester
20.5 hours p/w, £16961 – £19485
Closing date midday 11th August
Click here to find out more

University of Manchester Construction Academy
Experienced Banksmen/women required
Construction site on Oxford Rd, 7.30am – 6pm
Click here to find out more

University of Manchester construction framework
Customer Engagement Officer – Balfour Beatty
£18000 p/a + Fuel Allowance, Full time
Click here to find out more
Site Administrator and Document Controller – Prater Construction
£18-20k per annum, Permanent Full Time role
Click here to find out more

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs
HEO Data Analyst
F/T Permanent Contract, 37 hours p/w, £29,358 p/a
Closing date: Midnight 18th August
Click here to find out more

Walking With The Wounded and BAFSA
Trainee Sprinkler Engineer
Vacancies for Ex Service Personnel
Trainees will be paid £17000 per annum, after completion and once qualified the wage will be considerably more. 12 month Training Course.
Click here to find out more

RFEA – The Forces Employment Charity
Specialist Vocational Advisor for Vulnerable Veterans
Full Time, 12 month Fixed Term Contract
£26000 – £27500 p/a
Click here to find out more

The Shaw Trust
Support Worker
25 hrs p/w Tuesday to Friday, £10629 p/a
Closing date: 5pm 10th August
Click here to find out more

General Medical Council, Manchester
Various Roles:
Click here for more information and to apply

ECM Limited 
Senior Electrical Design Engineer
Full time, £40 – £45k p/a dependant on experience
Click here for Job Specification 
Here for Job Profile 
CVs to be sent to: nspring@edm.ltd.uk

Evonik
3 x chemical plant operator positions, Clayton
£28,000 Basic with £7,500 shift allowance
12 hr continental shifts 2 days, 2 nights, 4 off.
Click here for more details and to apply

Manchester City Council
Vacancies at various levels and fields
Click here for more details and to apply.

Greater Jobs
Public Sector Jobs in Greater Manchester
Click here for more details and to apply

University of Manchester
Many vacancies at various levels and fields.
Click here for more details and to apply.

Aspire Recruitment Agency
Click here for more information and to apply

Pure Innovations
Community Support Workers, various roles
Click here for more information and to apply

The Works Manchester
Click here for more information and to apply

The Fed 
Various Opportunities
Contact 0161 772 4049 or recruitment@thefed.org.uk
Click here for more information


Apprenticeships & Traineeships

Juice Academy Apprenticeships 
Digital and Social Media Apprenticeships
Click here for more details and to apply

Interserve Apprenticeships
Click here for more details and to apply

Lifetime Training Apprenticeships
Click here to see current vacancies

Seetec Traineeship Programme
10 week course for 16-24 year olds
Click here to find out more

“Work for Me” – Traineeships
Various roles, employers and locations.
Click here to find out more.

The B2W Group
Traineeships
Click here to find out more.


Training and Volunteering

Reform Radio & MAES
Creative Digital Skills Course for 19 – 30 year olds
6 week course, 2 days a week
Start date: 10th August 2017
Click here to find out more

Manchester City in The Community & The Prince’s Trust
Aged 16 – 25, taster day on the 6th September.
Course dates 11th – 15th September
Etihad Stadium
Click here to find out more

National Football Museum
Digital Media Work Placements for Manchester Residents
To apply please contact NFM’s Digital Coordinator: david.mansell@nationalfootballmuseum.com
Click here to find out more

BT Bootcamp & The Rio Ferdinand Foundation
BT Workready Programme one day Workshop for 14-24 year olds in education, employment, or training or at risk of becoming NEET. Lunch and travel provided.
Chapel St, Salford.
Click here to find out more

Manchester City Football Club
City In The Community
A new Community Football Coaching Degree has been developed in conjunction with Manchester Metropolitan University, starting this September. 2 year course with the option to do a further year.
Click here to find out more

Manchester City Football Club
City In The Community & Kaplan
Leadership through Sport & Business
For Aspiring accountants & business leaders interested in a career in finance.
Aged 21 + with 5 GCSEs or above
Click here to find out more

The Training Brokers
Fully funded Level 2 Certificate in Preparing to Work In Adult Social Care
East Hub Gorton
Start Date: Monday 4th September
End date: Tuesday 24th October
Click here to find out more

Controlled Solutions Group
Are you ex-forces and looking for work in the security industry? Security guarding and event safety positions with excellent rates of pay. Recruiting every Tuesday evening in Old Trafford .
Click here to find out more

Chance 2013
If you have a criminal record and are looking to gain a career in construction or civil engineering, Chance 2013 is the employment agency exclusively for people with a criminal record.
Click here to find out more

Groundwork
Graduate Volunteer Project Assistant Programme
Placements available in:
Business Development / Conservation
Youth and Communities / Landscape Design
Criminal Justice / Sustainable Business Services / Education / Volunteer Management
Eligibility criteria is if you graduated within the last 12 months or are about to graduate. Live in Greater Manchester or attended a Greater Manchester University.
Click here to find out more

National Football Museum 
Volunteering opportunities available:
Volunteer Talk English Practitioner
Football Memories Programme volunteer
Football Story Box Project Volunteer
Volunteer Women’s Football Workshop Practitioner
Volunteer Education Practitioner
For more information contact: Darren Collingwood,
Volunteer Programme Manager on 07501 674799
darren.collingwood@nationalfootballmuseum.com

Manchester Volunteer Advice Project 
Volunteer Administrators, Receptionists, Interpreters, Advisors, Immigration Assistants, Advice Support Workers and Training & Recruitment Assistants
Click here to find out more

Manchester Art Gallery 
Health and Wellbeing public workshops
Click here to find out more

MAES & Back On Track
Heads Up Wellbeing Courses, Autumn Timetable
Click here to find out more

The Norbrook Youth Club
Volunteer Caretaker
Brooklands, Wythenshawe
5 Hours per week
Click here to find out morePrinces Trust Programmes
Get Started
 – Are short courses run by professionals in sport, music and creative arts for 16 to 25-year-olds
Click here to find out more
Fairbridge – Works with young people aged 16 to 25, giving them the motivation, self-confidence and skills they need to change their lives and move forward.
Click here to find out more
Get Into – Our Get into programme for 16 to 25-year-olds can give you the experience and training you need to move into a job.
Click here to find out more
Team – Is a 12-week personal development course for 16 to 25-year-olds, offering work experience, qualifications, practical skills, community projects and a residential week.
Click here to find out more

Partner Bulletins
Manchester Employer Suite Recruitment Bulletin
Click here to view this bulletin
Recruitment with Pre-Employment Bulletin
Click here to view this bulletin

CEIAG Monthly Bulletin
Click here to view this bulletin

Age Friendly Manchester E-Bulletin
Click here to view this bulletin

North West Ambulance Service bulletin
Click here to view this bulletin

Manchester Community Central Third Sector Jobs Bulletin:
Click here to view this bulletin

Manchester Community Central Volunteering Opportunities Digest 
Click here to view this bulletin


Business Growth Hub
Helping you start a business
Click here to find out more.
For other business start up support services go to:
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MiVentures Free Online Business Advice 

Thinking about starting your own business?
Need advice at a time and a place that suits you?

Receive free business advice via live online chat from qualified business advisors.
Click here for more details

Skills for Employment Service

The Skills for Employment service is delivered by the Work Company and it’s contractors across Greater Manchester. It offers 1-2-1 flexible support through a dedicated learning mentor, to help you to improve your skills and/or find employment. Activities include CV writing, interview skills, confidence building, social inclusion activities, mental health interventions and self-employment advice. A range of accredited courses are also offered through a skills provider network aswell as an 8 week work placement.
Click here for more details.

Manchester Adult Education Service
Courses in English, Maths, ESOL, Computers and Care and Education. You can also phone or visit your local centre to find out more.
Click here to find out more.

The Business & Intellectual Property Centre 
Manchester Central Library
Various workshops and training sessions
Click here to find out more.


Walking With The Wounded
Training and Employment Support for Armed Services Veterans. Contact: 0161 205 9287
Click here to find out more.

Smartworks
Smart Works Greater Manchester is a UK charity that provides high quality interview clothes, styling advice and interview training to women in need that have a job interview.

Click here to find out more.
And Here.

Access To Opportunities (A20)
A new IAG service for young people in Moss Side, Rusholme and Hulme
Click here to find out more

Greater Manchester Talent Match
Employment support for NEET (12 months+) aged 18 to 24
Click here to find out more.

ALL FM 
Radio Training Course, Levenshulme
Click here to find out more.

YMCAfits fitness academy
Fitness Training Academy, a two-year fully funded course which gives the skills and qualifications to start a career in the fitness industry.
Click here to find out more.

Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People
Advice and Advocacy for disabled people aged 15-25
Click here to find out more.

The Works
Supported Job Search Sessions, Hulme
Monday and Tuesday afternoons from 1:30pm to 3:30pm
To book a place call 0161 359 3388

One Manchester 
Business Advice Drop-In
2nd Monday of each month 2-4pm
The Place – Fallowfield
2nd Tuesday of each month 2-4pm
East Hub – Gorton
Click here to find out more
Employment Help
Click here to find out more

Manchester Young Lives provides youth engagement and support for young people aged 16-24 yrs who are NEET, at risk of becoming NEET, under court order, involved in ASB and vulnerable within the community.
For further information please contact – ye@manchesteryounglives.org.uk

Please note that opportunities are intended for Manchester residents and organisations supporting them only.

Each opportunity is listed with a relevant link or contact details and all enquiries should be directed directly to the organisation which is advertising. If you would like to talk to a member of the Work and Skills team about apprenticeships, work experience, employability training etc in general, please contact the officer from your area on the list below:

North: Dawn Warriner (0161 219 6692, d.warriner@manchester.gov.uk) for Ancoats and Clayton, Bradford, Miles Platting and Newton Heath, Charlestown, Cheetham, Crumpsall, Harpurhey, Higher Blackley and Moston wards

Central: Michele LeBrech (0161 219 2746, m.lebrech@manchester.gov.uk) / Lydia Tetteh-Lartey (0161 234 1139, l.tetteh-lartey@manchester.gov.uk) – job-share – for Ardwick, City Centre, Gorton North, Gorton South, Hulme, Levenshulme, Longsight, Moss Side and Rusholme wards

South: Tom Nelson (0161 234 5083, t.nelson@manchester.gov.uk) for Baguley, Brooklands, Burnage, Chorlton, Chorlton Park, Didsbury East, Didsbury West, Fallowfield, Levenshulme, Northenden, Old Moat, Sharston, Whalley Range, Withington and Woodhouse Park wards

For citywide enquiries or if you would like to advertise a vacancy or training opportunity please send details to Michael D’Ambra at workandskillsadmin@manchester.gov.uk or call 0161 234 1515.

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AUGUST 2017
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Free food and where to find it

Over one million three-day emergency food supplies were given to people in crisis last year by the Trussell Trust.

To get access to a food bank you may need to first get a voucher from a local charity, doctors’ surgery, health visitor, social worker or your local Citizens Advice bureau.

There are also emergency breakfast schemes for children, places to go for a hot meal, and soup kitchens.

Read more about where to find free food

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Have you ever worked in a pub?

If you have ever worked in a pub, bar, or brewery, the Licensed Trade Charity may be able to help you. They provide financial help as well as assistance with health, housing, debt and more.

Find out more about the Licensed Trade Charity

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Benefits Update: August Bank Holiday

If your benefit payment is due on a bank holiday, you will be paid on the last working day before the holiday. This means if your benefits are due to be paid on the bank holiday taking place on Monday 28 August, you can expect to be paid on Friday 25 August instead.

Read our benefit changes timetable calendar

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How much will you get when you retire?

If you retire after 6 April 2016, you will be entitled to the new State Pension. The amount that you receive depends on your national insurance contributions. The maximum is £159.55 per week.

Find out more about the new State Pension

Training and Workshops

Charities and community groups

Did you know that we offer free training on the Turn2us Benefits Calculator and Grant Search?

Upcoming workshop dates:
12 Sept: Cardiff
13 Sept: London
19 Sept: Colwyn Bay

Book a place on an upcoming workshop

Female nurse in street

Poll question: What causes financial instability?

Anyone can find themselves struggling to make ends meet, often as a result of a sudden change in circumstance. If you have had a life changing event in the last 12 months which put a strain on your finances, please let us know what caused it by voting on one of the options below:

a) Bereavement
b) Relationship breakdown
c) Job loss or change in working hours
d) Illness, injury or disability diagnosis
e) Having a child
f) Emergency housing costs
g) Other

Poll question: Last month’s results

Last month we asked about zero hour contracts. They have been praised because they offer flexibility, but criticized for being exploitative. Our question was: ‘Do you believe that the benefits of zero hour contracts outweigh the disadvantages?’88% of you said No
12% of you said Yes
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