Those of you with good memories will remember the excellent event put on in April around how Services and Groups might better engage with people from Roma backgrounds. Here are the notes from this event
Following Leeds Bereavement Forum’s Conference on Wednesday 22nd June, you can hear two of the speakers – Diako and Emily on Radio Leeds – about 2hrs 50 into the programme click here to listen
Samantha Powell from Leeds City Council found (and shared) this very helpful document
The Leeds BME Hub Health and Well-being Hub event took place on Monday 16 May. The event focused on Health & Wellbeing in BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) communities, looking at current activity, identification of gaps and the role the BME Hub would have in supporting this work. This report summarises the discussions that took […]
The Leeds Faith and Public Health Network (LFPHN) is holding an open workshop in Leeds on the 20th July, 10-2pm (including lunch), at Roscoe Methodist Church, Francis Street LS7 4BY for Faith-Based organisations interested in providing out of hospital care in Leeds. The workshop will feature a commissioner-led talk about local priorities and an interactive […]
How did we miss this? It came out in February 16.
Lovely film via @andybanjobrown made about coming to Leeds – well Belle Isle to be precise (“Is Belle Isle a part of Leeds?”) Made by a group from Belle Isle (which included some asylum seekers) this is an affectionate, powerful little film, about getting lost on an estate, and finding a community in the process. […]
Learn English and get help with advocacy, advice and support to access Health and Dentistry. If you go the conversation club, and bring your bus ticket they’ll refund your travel too An excellent collaboration between Refugee Council’s HARP, leedsconversationproject.org and the lovely Mill Hill Unitarians