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Archive | October, 2018

PATH Yorkshire are looking for a new Chair and Trustees – do you know somone?

PATH Yorkshire is looking for a CHAIR and Trustees to lead the charity in its mission to support BAME individuals and under-represented groups reach their full potential in the world of work.  Our vision is to “create better chances, better opportunities and better futures”. The organisation has just completed a strategic review and is starting […]

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The Aviva Community Fund

via Georgia at RETAS A funding opportunity for small community projects that fit into these three categories: Environment Health & Wellbeing Skills for Life See link for more info:

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Low-cost training from Proverbs31 Woman (Kingdom Government) Training and Community Centre

Proverbs 31 Woman Training and Community Centre provide training in the following areas: Food Hygiene Health and Safety First Aid Equality and Diversity Employment Law Business Start Up Migrant Driving School Theory Ready Lessons Community Business Development Program You can find out more about Proverbs31 Woman (Kingdom Government) here This is an excellent opportunity for […]

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Resource of the week #48: Resources for people who have been detained

Leeds Unity Centre have put together an explanation of the detention process and what happens next: Detention Action have a freephone number 0800 587 2096 where you can get help Right to remain have developed an excellent action plan for what to do if someone is detained AVID  may be able to help you […]

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Lift the Ban: Support the Campaign to allow asylum seekers to work, and sign the petition

via Pascale at Refugee Action Please spread the word and promote this campaign. Loads of amazing organisations have come together to support Lifting the Ban to work for asylum seekers. See below for links to articles and videos and remember to sign the petition:  Right now, right here in the UK, people seeking asylum are banned […]

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Improving GP registration

You might think that by now – after the NHS England Guidance, the briefings from Doctors of the World, and agitation by many orgs – everyone (especially GP surgeries) would know the rules about registering with a GP. Apparently not. So in case the law, NHS Guidance and a sense of right and wrong isn’t […]

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Invitation: Public Dissemination Event – Understanding how gambling may impact on migrants – Leeds – Thursday 29th November – 1pm – 3pm

Further to the focus group in June, we would like to invite you to attend a public dissemination event during which we will present the findings of our research project which investigated the impact of gambling on migrant communities in Leeds and London  During the event we hope to hear your thoughts about our findings and what things you […]

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Leeds Law School Clinic – every Wednesday (term time)

Our students can offer a wide range of free legal advice, including: family, landlord and tenant, employment, debt claims, small personal injury claims, small business and charity start-ups. The Law Clinic is open to anyone in need of legal advice. Interview by appointment only. How to Book: To make an appointment please use the contact details […]

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Sanctuary in Parliament 2018 – write to your MP

via Leeds City Of Sanctuary Sanctuary in Parliament 2018 will soon be upon us  You can find more info about this years event here and also read about past SiPs here and here.  It’s a great opportunity to engage with our MPs on refugee issues and influence their decision making processes to ensure the UK is […]

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