Top Menu

Archive | June, 2018

Job Vacancy with Manuel Bravo Project – Part-time Finance Officer (12 hours) – £22434 pro rata (£7251 actual)

Vacancy: Part-Time Finance Officer Hours: 12 per week (days are flexible) Manuel Bravo Project provides free legal advice for people seeking asylum in Leeds. The Project employs OISC level 3 Case Workers and benefits from a large team of volunteers including barristers, solicitors, law students and other individuals giving their time to assist people who […]

Continue Reading

Resource of the week #28: Refugees in Northern Ireland

This week’s resource is a shamelessless rip off from last week’s City of Sanctuary Newsletter. “Embrace Northern Ireland have produced a very handy and accessible handbook aimed at helping locals, faith and other groups and new arrivals navigate the system and know where to find help.” Embedded below is an annotated copy of the handbook […]

Continue Reading

Resource of the week #27: Leeds Migration Map

This is a fantastic resource, which mashes up all kinds of different data about immigration and Leeds:- National Insurance data, Housing Data, Census Data etc etc. It brings together historic data and stuff that’s barely a year old – to create the best picture of migration available.   It has huge potential for helping compile evidence […]

Continue Reading

Growing Points: looking for volunteers in Leeds

Due to our continuing success in Leeds we need more volunteers!   We are a small charity working with organisations such as Retas and the Refugee Council.  They refer refugees who are talented and ambitious and we support them to achieve their dreams! In September we will be opening up our Hidden Talents scheme to people […]

Continue Reading

Invite to the launch of APPG for Ending Homelessness report

LMP submitted evidence to The APPG for Ending Homelessness’ second inquiry focusing on young people and migrants.   The Report launch is happening in Westminster on 9th July 2018 and LMP has one invite. The launch will bring together people with lived experience, policy makers and experts from across the youth, homelessness and immigration sectors. Speeches […]

Continue Reading

Focus group invitation – Understanding how gambling may impact on migrants – 25th June 2018

England has some of the most relaxed gambling laws in the world and some people have concerns that vulnerable adults are being harmed.  New migrants are one of a number of groups in society who could be adversely affected by gambling (e.g. debt; relationship problems; mental health issues; stress; health problems; poor performance at work/study; […]

Continue Reading

Hosted by Totaal