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Job Vacancy at Manuel Bravo Project – OISC Caseworker

Vacancy: OISC Part-Time Caseworker Hours: 24 per week (days are flexible) Manuel Bravo Project provides free legal advice for people seeking asylum in Leeds. The Project employs OISC  Caseworkers and benefits from a large team of volunteers including barristers, solicitors, law students and other individuals giving their time to assist people who are unable to […]

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Have you checked/updated your helpinleeds.com entry recently?

Please can you check your entry on helpinleeds.com? You can make any Any changes can be made directly by clicking helpinleeds.com/update helpinleeds.com was launched in June 2015 and now lists 195 different organisations offering free help and assistance to asylum seekers, refugees and other migrants – and like all Directories, it goes out of date very […]

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Job Vacancy: Housing Manager, Leeds

Abigail Housing provides accommodation and support to people made homeless at the end of the asylum process. This includes failed asylum seekers who cannot return safely to their country of origin (our Bradford Project) and refugees  who have recently been granted leave to remain (our Leeds Project). An exciting opportunity has arisen, with the retirement […]

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Vacancies: Communications, Media, Data, Partnerships & Policy Jobs at Migration Yorkshire

Migration Yorkshire have 4 exciting new posts to fill. These are all full-time, permanent posts in the centre of Leeds. Communications & Media Officer Data Officer Integration & Partnerships Officer Policy & Research Officer The deadline for all posts is 12 noon on Friday 12 January 2018. Please let your contacts know about these opportunities by […]

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Resource of the week: Making Every Contact Count – online Health Resource

via David at LASSN “I’ve been sent a website with details of provision for different health organisations around Leeds. Looks really detailed and could be great for signposting” The website is http://www.mecclink.co.uk/ and is aimed at health professionals who want to help the people they meet to live healthier lives by providing simple information, ideas for […]

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Guest Blog: VAL’s BME Hub

Ok, so it’s not a blog, but once a month the BME Hub at Voluntary Action Leeds do an excellent roundup of things they’ve come across. This is the kind of content they included on November’s edition Leeds Refugee Forum Seeks Trustees Experiences of Mental Health Crisis Services for BME People Support for New Migrants […]

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Migrant Access Project Plus seeking volunteers in Beeston, Holbeck, Armley and New Wortley

Do you work with people who would like to get involved in the local community, share their experience with others and help make a real difference? MAP+ is an exciting new project in Beeston, Holbeck, Armley and New Wortley which brings communities together through volunteering opportunities and weekly get-togethers to support each other, help people […]

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