Leeds Dads are teaming up with TOES (Tiny Outdoor Explorers) to offer a free outdoor Forestry Activity session on Saturday mornings at Meanwood Valley Farm. There are 2 sessions each day – Saturday 9th & Saturday 16th October. The first session runs from 9:45am-11am and the 2nd session is 11:45am-1pm. 3 family places are being reserved for each session, […]
Camden and Leeds councils are working together to hold a Zoom event to discuss innovative ways to tackle inequalities and identify what local action is needed to create racially just and inclusive places. The discussion will look to bring experts together who will help shape the agenda for locally driven racial justice in a post-Covid […]
The New Roots team (RETAS, Refugee Council and PATH Yorkshire) have a range of groups, workshops and activities upcoming over the next few months. Connect – social integration and wellbeing Conversation club Understanding rights and systems in the UK Confidence building for women Pilates Art for wellbeing Contact Amy McMillan on 07876 144304 or [email protected] […]
Thanks as usual to Asylum Matters for such an excellent briefing, which as usual, we produce in full Ongoing advocacy #Anti-Refugee Bill Campaigners and others continue to point out how the measures in the Government’s Nationality and Borders Bill – or anti-refugee bill – will impact on all people seeking sanctuary in the UK, including […]
Following the Leeds City Council Strategic Migration Board meeting held earlier this year on Thursday the 22nd June, attached is a summary of the meeting notes. The key theme for the meeting was ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’, with input from the third sector, housing, and children’s and adults social care services.
Child Matters are delivering training on how to support young people dealing with bereavement loss on Thursday 23rd September (3pm-6pm ), to those working with new and settled communities. For more information or to book your place, contact Ruth Dhliwayo (Project Coordinator) at [email protected] https://child-matters.com
Black Health Agency/Skyline are running a peer led support group called ‘Lotus’ for people in the asylum process. It meets every 2 weeks on a Monday. The Aim of the group Is to create calm and safe space for people in the asylum process. For people to discuss and share their experiences of the asylum […]
The Refugee Council are recruiting three resettlement workers to be base in their office in Leeds. Two full time and one 21 hours contracted until March 2022. The purpose of the role. The UK government’s resettlement programmes (such as the UKRS, ARAP as well as other UK Resettlement Schemes) support refugees who are selected and […]
Operation Oak* – Home Office have carried out a review of Operation Oak and confirmed the focus providers will now be on procurement for family properties. There will still be a need to procure a full range of properties but family accommodation is the priority. Intake – Channel crossings continue to be busy with intake […]
Are you a confident speaker of English and fluent in another language? Would you like to learn how to use your language skills to work or volunteer as a Community Interpreter? WEA will be running Level 1 Community Interpreting courses which start on the 5th October. If you would like to join, please come along […]
MEMEC Virtual ESOL classes are starting again on September 2021 If any of your clients are interested to study ESOL with us, please register their interest by contacting [email protected] or WhatsApp 078 7668 2034 Registration Fees are £10 – per term for refugees and clients with asylum seekers status are FREE.
Who can attend Anyone aged 18 or over or 16-17 where specifically advertised You do not need to have an NHS number or be registered with a GP. Anyone who is due their second dose and had their first dose at least 8 weeks ago. (Getting the second dose is vital to getting longer lasting […]