Hugely important. Great resource. Click on the graphic below or on this link https://www.doctorsoftheworld.org.uk/wellbeing-guidance#
A tremendous set of resources covering all the stuff you’re currently worried about returning to face to face prioritising clients and coordinating services digital inclusion hardship payments Click on the picture below or follow this link https://www.ragp.org.uk/
Refugee Council and the Equality and Human Rights Commission have created a guide to help employers better understand the situation for asylum seekers and refugees applying for jobs. The document is available here and on the Refugee Council website at: https://www.refugeecouncil.org.uk/information/resources/employment-guide-2020/ Please share widely! Thank you.
New posters and leaflets on supporting adults are available from Leeds Safeguarding Adults Board. These have been created with the help of people across the city they are to help raise awareness about Safeguarding Adults in the Leeds. The posters and leaflets can be downloaded from the website: https://tinyurl.com/yahz5s3g We now have the leaflet translated […]
A few months ago about 8 organizations in Leeds got together to brainstorm what its like using zoom for group work. We shared frustrations, tips, and suggestions. A lot of that chat is summarised here so we thought we would share it with you in case it’s useful.
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Do you want to do more than simply post and share anti-racist content on social media? Are you unsure where to put your energy or resources? Do you struggle in crucial conversations about racism? Do you feel helpless, disengage, or remain silent when you encounter racism? As the Unlearning Racism Collective – a white-identified group […]
Please see the updated Translated resources page on the Migrant Info Hub. This page shows translated information available on the following topics. Translation News and updates National Guidance Test and trace Face Coverings Health information Mental Wellbeing WHO’s coronavirus WhatsApp information service Using Technology Domestic Abuse Children and families School Benefits Housing Shopping and Socialising […]
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: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-for-the-safe-use-of-multi-purpose-community-facilities Advice sheet on returning to […]
“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.” https://privacyinternational.org/act/migrants-asylum-rights-organisations-privacy-settings
originally posted 27th April 2020 Domestic broadband Many people do not have access to broadband internet. Broadband installation generally requires you to be in a place of your own (ie renting/owning a place) to have a bank account (to set up a Direct Debit) to be creditworthy (successfully complete a credit check) to buy it […]