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Learning Curve – Free course for Refugees and Asylum Seekers 16 – 18 year olds

Starting on 15th January at Oak House, Leeds. 25 week course. Main aim qualification – ESOL Levels E1/E2/E3 Non qual activity – iCurve (online courses including CV writing, team building, problem solving, safeguarding, interview techniques etc. Maths and English functional skills or GCSE (if not already achieved grade C or above) See attached draft timetable […]

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Power & Privilege Trainings – Anti Racist Practice & Gender in Transition

via Maia at Leeds Tidal Through this training series we will be exploring how concepts of power, privilege, identity and oppression intersect. These training’s have been designed to help us to build stronger, more inclusive and diverse grassroots movement for change: that actively transform relationships of power that lead to oppression. Training’s are co-hosted by Simpson […]

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Loads of free Online Resources

via Carolina at Cities and Collaboration Cities & Collaboration signed an agreement with www.bluebottlebiz.com. They offer an online learning collection that contains over 50,000 books and videos from 400 different publishers. The resources will be made available at no cost to refugees and to organisations that work with refugees (example volunteers, NGOs that look into […]

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Working in a Person Centred Way – September 5th. Free training for volunteers from LASSN

Register Now   Workshop looking at how to work with someone in ways that enable them to take more control of their situation Interactive workshop that will explore good practice in working with people on a one to one basis. Includes effective communciation skills; recognising your strengths and weaknesses when working with people; understand your own […]

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Seminar on Children Seeking Asylum – Monday 18th September 2017 2pm to 5pm.

via  David at LASSN  Monday 18th September 2017 2pm to 5pm. Room G4/5 Brian Jackson House, New North Parade, Huddersfield HD1 5JP. This seminar draws on social science research, lived experiences, activism and practitioner knowledge with the aim to advance understandings of children and childhood in the context of asylum. The event is aimed primarily at […]

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