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Archive | July, 2020

A bundle of resources from Tudor Trust – focusing on orgs who want to re-open safely

This is an excerpt from a recent email from Tudor Trust that is too good not to share. Really helpful info here for any organisation thinking about how to prepare their buildings, offices, staff and volunteers for reopening    Government advice on the safe use of multi-purpose community facilities: Advice sheet on returning to […]

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A guide for migrants and asylum rights organisations about privacy settings – Privacy International

“This guide is for anyone concerned about their social media accounts being monitored by public authorities, but it’s especially targeted at people from minority and migrant communities who may be disproportionately affected by various forms of surveillance.” 

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Free online English resources for adults and children

previously posted by Hannah Jameson Online resources for self-study Online classes for learners For everyone who is at home and trying to continue their English language studies or learn with their children, please see this list of free online resources.  There are even some online courses starting soon to keep you busy!  The resources are […]

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Video calls and mobile data

Originally posted 1st April 2020 As we all get used to new ways of working, video calls are the obvious solution. They’re fun accessible and immediate. They can really help people feel connected. However, we should also be aware that for volunteers and clients and those of us who don’t have broadband, this isn’t “free” […]

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