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Archive | May, 2019

Event: Monday 13th May 2017: “What does it mean to be British now?” A Discussion at Leeds University

What: Discussion on the meaning of Britishness – or as the organisers describe it “a forum for civilised disagreement”  When: Drinks at 18:00; discussion 18:30 – 19:30  Where: University of Leeds, Woodhouse Lane, School of Media and Communication, 1.17 Clothworkers’ Building North, Leeds LS2 9JT View Map The organisers  – Tortoise Media – have done some […]

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A free workshop for professionals and volunteers who work with young asylum seekers, from PAFRAS

What? A free workshop for professionals and volunteers who work with young asylum seekers. The workshop will aim to give participants:   A brief overview of the asylum process in the UK An overview of young asylum seekers’ rights and entitlements in the UK How to support young people effectively engage with legal advice, what to […]

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Chapel FM: Wall in the Mind

Chapel FM are very excited to welcome Sound Company Choir for a script-in-hand production with songs. Wall in the Mind presents stories of real people whose lives have been disrupted by barriers, fences and walls. In a world of fake news, their stories remain true. Click here for more details  Why do we build the wall? We […]

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Near Neighbours Funding Application Advice Session

The Near Neighbours grant application is now open. The programme offers small grants between £250 and £5,000, as seed funding for local groups and organisations who are working to bring together neighbours. The Near Neighbours co-ordinator, Kaneez Khan, will be delivering a grant application advice session for those wanting to apply. The session will be […]

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PATH Traineeship Vacancy – Youth Justice Worker

‘PATH Traineeship’ is a Positive Action Work-Based Training programme of PATH Yorkshire, with the objective of addressing the under-representation of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) individuals in the city’s workforce. YOUTH JUSTICE WORKER at Leeds Youth Offending Service, Leeds City Council 35 hours/ week (Monday – Friday) up to 1 year Training Allowance £12,500 per […]

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Resource of the week #72: Cultural Atlas – 68 cultural profiles

We’ve previously posted some resources designed to help people understand more about the socio-political background/situations of different countries around the world.   This week’s resource is slightly different – an Australian resource, which attempts to give short, pithy summaries about understanding culture, manners and other things. It’s designed to help people connect more rapidly with friends […]

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Peer Support Grants from Leeds Mind

Following on from the success of the Side by Side project, Leeds Mind has been awarded further money from National Mind to support individuals, groups and organisations develop peer support in the community. The funding is in the form of small grants that individuals, groups and organisations are able to apply for, the grants are […]

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