Another excellent issue of the Asylum Matters newsletter/briefing landed this afternoon – and yet again we’ve just reprinted it. Thanks Andrea Asylum Statistics Released – October to December 2018 Asylum Aid Resources: “What a Woman Seeking Asylum Needs to Know” Project 17: Not Seen, Not Heard: Children’s Experiences of the Hostile Environment Review of the […]
Archive | February, 2019
via Abbas Mohammed, Leeds Council of Mosques-Secretary “Asalamu Alaykum (peace be up on you all) A cordial invite from Leeds Council Mosques to discover the national day of ”visit my mosque“ day event, taking place on Sunday 3rd March 2019 from morning to afternoon depending on Mosque’s arrangement and timetables. Jamia Masjid Ghousia, Brooklyn Terrace LS12 2BX […]
“Changes to the Leeds Mental Health Single Point of Access (SPA) Work is currently underway as part of the community redesign project to change Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s Single Point of Access (SPA). From 4 March 2019 it will operate in a more clearly defined role of providing an access point for […]
The LMP Operations Group meeting will be on Monday 4th March 10 am – 12 noon at One Community Centre, Leeds Refugee Forum. Please see the notes from the last meeting on 26th November 2018
Re-vive is a social enterprise which has been set up with the aim of minimising the ongoing issue of food waste in society. We collaborate with the Real Junk food Project to sell perfectly good food that has been discarded by supermarkets due to being past its sell by date on a ‘pay as you […]
We are looking to appoint an evaluator for our exciting, new AMIF-funded Working English North project. Here is the tender document. Please note the deadline of 11th March. Do get in touch if you’ve got any questions – [email protected] Looking forward to hearing from you!
Well, we managed to miss the press release on this back in November 2018, but our mates at Migration Yorkshire have produced an online resource for anyone supporting unaccompanied asylum seeking children in Yorkshire and Humber. Click here or on the picture below to take you to the hub.
The Children’s Society is setting up a team of young refugees and asylum seekers aged 16-24 where the young people will be supported to have their voices heard, run campaigns and stand up for their rights. (We can be a bit flexible on age range if you have a young person who would be interested but is […]
The State of Hate describes itself as “the most comprehensive guide to what the far right have been up to, and what we should expect them to do in the year ahead” Leeds has the dubious honour of getting 12 mentions in this year’s document, in relation to Stephen Lennon (aka “Tommy Robinson”) Some convictions […]
When? Thursday 23rd May 2019, 11am to 3pm at Leeds Church Institute Where? 20 New Market Street, Leeds, LS1 6DG An event for those seeking refuge and those sharing welcome: People with lived experience, people with open hearts and people with resources. It is for Agencies, Charities, Churches and Community Groups, Individuals, and Faith Leaders. […]
Public Health in Leeds are targeting BME and people from migrant communities to increase the number of folks completing mid-life health checks If you’re aged between 40 and 74, you may be eligible for a free NHS Health Check and should expect to receive an invitation every 5 years. An NHS Health Check can lower […]
We don’t usually re-post the same content but this looks like such an excellent project, we’re willing to break our own rules… Get involved with a series of projects happening at Leeds City Museum this year which will tell the stories of people who have made a home in Leeds in the past 250 years. […]