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The Together Women Project – for refugee and asylum seeking women wanting support with mental health, work, parenting and finances

The Together Women Project is starting up a new 1:1 key-working service based in Leeds. We would like your help to expand our all-female client base, particularly to asylum seekers, refugees and women from minority ethnic backgrounds. We are an all-female charity offering a gender-specific service which provides tailored support for a variety of needs […]

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FGM Training, 5th April from Hidden Scars Project

via bethel@hiddenscarsproject.co.uk If you would like to know more information about female genital mutilation (FGM) then register and join us. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/female-genital-mutilation-fgm-safeguarding-training-tickets-31158043547 This event is organized by Hidden Scars. Payment will go towards venue hire, refreshments, and resources for the event. For more information about Hidden Scars you can go to www.hiddenscarsproject.co.uk WHEN Wed 5 April 2017 […]

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Funding your project conference by NACCOM, April 6th

This one-day conference is designed for organisations working with destitute migrants who want to make the most of their existing income streams, or develop new ones. With Dominic Briant from the Metropolitan Migration Foundation providing a sector-specific funder’s perspective on trusts and foundations, and input from a range of NACCOM Members giving their expertise and experience in […]

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Asylum Matters – Home office review of support rates

Still Human Still Here which became Ordinary People, Extraordinary lives is now called Asylum Matters. This update came from Andrea Vukovic Home Office Review of Cash Allowance Paid to Asylum-Seekers for 2016 The Home Office has released a report on the ‘Review of Cash Allowance paid to Asylum-Seekers: 2016’ which concluded that the cash allowance […]

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Free Movement blog

If you don’t already subscribe to the newsletters from Free Movement, you should really think about it.  It’s an immigration law blog, so you’ll not be surprised that some of it can be rather detailed & dense. But if you’re researching something, it’s clear, thoughtful, and very well written.  Best of Free Movement. Best Of Free […]

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Polish Heritage Day, 6th May

The Polish Embassies in London and Edinburgh, in order to promote positive links between Polish Communities in the UK and British Society, have introduced a Polish Heritage Day, which will take place on May 6 2017 The idea is to organise a wide range of events promoting Poland during the first weekend after Poland’s Constitution […]

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