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Archive | April, 2017

Health on the margins – Conference 27th June 2017

When: 10:00 – 15:50  Where: Thackray Medical Museum, 141 Beckett Street, Leeds, LS9 7LN Cost £135+VAT This conference aims to connect people working with communities or individuals who are marginalised or excluded, and to draw out common good practice. The sessions will focus upon health and wellbeing in the widest sense, and will highlight the value […]

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National Roma Network Updates, April 2017

Events: ‘Learning from research with and about children and young people in the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities’ – free event on 28th April in Salford ‘Voices of movement’ – theatre show and exhibition – 7th May in London ‘Working with Roma in safeguarding’ training by Roma Support Group – 26th May in London Consultation: […]

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Together Women offering 1:1 key working to women in Leeds

The Together Women Project are beginning a brand new 1:1 key-working service based in Leeds centre.  “We offer a gender-specific service which provides a range of tailored support for a wide variety of women’s needs, including employability skills, domestic violence support and awareness, budgeting and mental health wellbeing. We aim to discourage social isolation by […]

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Hope Not Hate workshop: “Having difficult conversations about immigration” – 22nd April

Free Hope not hate workshop next Saturday 22 April called; ‘Having difficult conversations about immigration’ and you’re invited!  The aim is that we get our heads together to exchange and develop our skills together  – how can we communicate effectively with those who may have absorbed racist and xenophobic views?  The link to sign up and […]

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Asylum Matters – Call for Asylum Support Levels Review Evidence and Vacancy for Campaigns Manager

Reminder: Call for Evidence for 2017 Asylum Support Levels Review by 28 April Asylum Matters is urging its partners to submit evidence to inform the Home Office’s 2017 review into the level of asylum support cash allowance. Evidence could include cases where families or adults are unable to meet their essential living needs and particularly […]

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Intercultural leadership project (Interact) launch: Thursday 11th May at St George’s Centre in Leeds.

You are invited to the launch of a new intercultural leadership project (Interact) on Thursday 11th May at St George’s Centre in Leeds.  The purpose of the project is to provide bespoke training and interactive opportunities in order to equip people for more meaningful intercultural engagement in local communities, workplaces and cities. What is also […]

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Abigail Housing: Annual General Meeting 2017, 12th May – with guest speaker Hilary Benn

Abigail Housing’s Annual General Meeting on Friday 12th May from 6.30pm at Woodhouse Community Centre (197 Woodhouse St, Leeds, LS6 2NY) will feature Hilary Benn who will be talking about the work of the  All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees, who have launched an inquiry into the experiences of newly arrived and newly recognised refugees in the UK. Order […]

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Gardening Group in Hyde Park – Free bus passes

Grow Together Join a free weekly gardening group in Leeds: Gardening, food growing, woodwork, art and more! Meet new people Learn and share skills (no experience needed) Get outside and be active Learn about Permaculture “Day bus passes are provided which can be given to participants in advance, but they do need a way of […]

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Family reunification (Dublin 3) info leaflets, translated into Arabic, Dari, Pashtu, Farsi and Tigrinya

Migrants’ Law Project have produced some leaflets about family reunification for asylum seeking children in Europe who have family members in the UK. These leaflets provide an overview of the processes for family reunification, and the evidence needed. They are available in English, and have been translated into Arabic, Dari, Pashtu, Farsi and Tigrinya with […]

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