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Bahar Women’s Event, Monday 27th March 2017

via Maryam at Bahar AFGWA I would like to invite you to our women event which will take place on Monday 27.03.17 .We arranged workshops for men and women, networking, raising awareness, refreshments and also delicious hot Afghani food please book in advanced as places are limited.   Maryam Bahar Khesrawi, Chair of Bahar AFG Womens Association www.facebook.com/baharafgwomens  

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Planning Refugee Week 2017

Let’s think together how we can celebrate this year the Refugee Week differently. We’d love you to think about organising an event, nand if you need help or ideas you can review the leaflet from last year programme and click below link for the national Refugee Week website: http://refugeeweek.org.uk/events/advice-and-ideas-for-organising-events Here are the the minutes of the […]

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womenslivesleeds.org.uk

via womenslivesleeds.org.uk  Women’s Lives Leeds is a unique partnership of twelve women and girls organisations from across Leeds. Between us we have specialisms in domestic violence, mental health, sexual health, sex work, trafficking, substance misuse, child sexual exploitation and education. We have come together to support the most vulnerable women and girls in Leeds. They […]

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Supporting Roma Voice – final report published

The final findings report from Supporting Roma Voice (SRV) is now available to download from here http://www.salford.ac.uk/sustainable-housing-and-urban-studies-unit/projects/supporting-roma-voice Supporting Roma Voice (SRV) was a multi-agency, practice led project, which aimed to support the growth of grassroots community advocacy as part of the growth of an inclusive and engaged Roma community in the UK. The project began […]

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Home Office ends policy of automatic settlement for refugees after five years

via Andrew at LRF and Lucy at NACCOM A couple of excellent articles on the new Government policy to review refugees’ status after 5 years  – that came out last Thursday https://www.freemovement.org.uk/home-office-ends-policy-automatic-settlement-refugees-five-years/ https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/mar/09/refugees-applying-to-live-in-uk-face-being-sent-home-after-five-years

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Funding your destitution project – 1 day conference from NACCOM Thursday April 6th

On April 6th, NACCOM will be running a ‘Funding Your Project’ conference. Taking place at the St George’s Conference Centre in Leeds, this one-day event is designed for organisations working with destitute migrants who want to make the most of their existing income streams, or develop new ones.  Tickets are priced at £15 for member representatives […]

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