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Archive | January, 2021

New resources to help young people with sleep problems

The Children’s Society have worked with a group of young refugees to produce a booklet aimed at helping with sleep problems.  It’s written by and aimed at young people but the principles are appropriate for anyone who struggles with sleeping.  It can be downloaded from and for more information contact [email protected]

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RJN ‘s Report on Public’s Perception on Police use of Biometric fingerprint scanner

The Racial Justice Network and Yorkshire Resists have written a new report to draw attention to the impact of the Biometric Services Gateway (mobile fingerprinting) on both the communities targeted by police and the wider public. The report discusses issues that arose from an online survey (115 participants) conducted on the public’s perception of the […]

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SIDE Labs: 6-month Design & No-code Apprenticeships

 SIDE labs are looking for two apprentices to be part of Academy 2021, starting March 1st. You’ll join the SIDE team and learn the core skills of no-code development: discovery, design, development, product management, workshop facilitation and tea drinking. This is knitted together by Webflow, a website creation tool that radically changes the skill set required to deliver impactful […]

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CALL FOR EVIDENCE ON HOME OFFICE PREPAREDNESS FOR COVID-19 As part of the recent Home Affairs Select Committee inquiry into the Home Office’s preparedness for COVID-19 in asylum accommodation, the Home Affairs Committee has issued another call for evidence. The deadline to respond is 12pm on Thursday 4th February. “The Committee invites further written evidence […]

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MEMEC Virtual ESOL classes for Winter & Spring 2021

Dear all, Just a quick update, MEMEC college is still running virtually from Monday to Friday from 6pm to 8pm to all ESOL learners from any status and level. To refer your clients, click on the registration form Please feel free to circulate the updated flyer and the link to your clients and community. For […]

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The Allen Lane Foundation – Social Cohesion Programme

This is a new funding programme, which has been established to provide support to local communities. It will focus on funding projects that aim to proactively break down barriers and tensions between different groups of people, and build a more cohesive and inclusive community for all. The Social Cohesion programme will look to support grassroots […]

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Mindful Movement Sessions for Women – Online

Mindful Movement Sessions for Migrant Women 11th February to 18th March Learn relaxation techniques. Experience movement, joy, freedom in your heart, body and mind Experienced dance artists and teachers Alison Grace and Mati Torres Laborde are inviting you to find pleasure in movement at home, alone or with your family. You will be guided through […]

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Call for people whose first language is not English to share their experience of health & care – 26th January 2021

The next Inclusion for All meeting will take place on Tuesday 26th January from 10.00am-12.30pm and start taking a closer look at the experiences of people with English as a second language. Inclusion for All is a citywide initiative led by Healthwatch Leeds putting inclusion and accessibility into all areas of health and care. More information […]

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New Migrant Info Hub weekly update

Hi everyone. Just to let you know Migration Yorkshire is now offering a weekly update email that briefly informs people about new resources on Migrant Info Hub.  If you would like to sign up to receive the update, please do so here. Best wishes for the new year to all of you, Trace

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