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Resource of the week #89: Citizens Advice: Adviser Online – resources for advice professionals from the experts

Shared by John Donkersley (Immigration Expert at Citizens Advice) The expert advice team at Citizens Advice have launched Adviser Online, a brand new free resource for people working in the advice sector.  On Adviser Online you’ll find articles, commentary, guides and other resources to help you give advice on benefits, consumer debt, discrimination, employment and […]

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Help us to help you to tackle TB

Please take this short survey to help TB Alert help you to tackle TB During recent years TB Alert has worked with voluntary and community organisations to raise awareness of tuberculosis. We are now developing plans to expand the support we give to do this. This short survey is designed to ensure we develop the […]

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Resource of the week #80: Calling out hatred and prejudice – a communications planning guide

The good people at British Future have been hard at work again, giving organisations and guidance on how to establish common ground with people who aren’t that sympathetic to immigration. It’s a pacy read that builds on their research into how myth-busting can alienate the very people you try and win round. (As someone once […]

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A slightly edited version of Asylum Matters’ Newsletter: New Refugee Resettlement Pledge, NACCOM Move-on report etc

In our continued effort to generate a crease and desist notice from Asylum Matters for ripping off their content, LMP presents their last newsletter in (almost) its entirety. Anyway, please please please subscribe to this newsletter directly by emailing [email protected]  We promise to stop, once there’s a way to link to this info directly. Honest. […]

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Research about cash vouchers and real cash distribution in humanitarian

The results of some research by ICRAA posted by Dr Sana Ahmadzai It’s not strictly speaking in line with the editorial policy of LMP (it’s not really about “Directly connected to issues around asylum, refugees and migration in Leeds”) but it’s Refugee Week, and we’re feeling relaxed about the rules  Humanitarian cash vouchers should encourage […]

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Dissertation Research – Views on Britishness

Connor Fish, a final year student at Sheffield Hallam University, is conducting a dissertation project looking into the views of Britishness across different communities within Yorkshire and wants to include the migrant communities of Leeds in his study. He’s conducting interviews across the next two weeks and wants people who are willing to be interviewed. […]

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