To mark the end of Refugee Week in style, Amnesty International and City of Sanctuary invite you to join us for the Great Refugee Week Picnic – a community picnic for refugees, asylum seekers, friends, family, neighbours – anyone!
The venue is the lovely Ormeau Park, Belfast – near the entrance opposite Ormeau Library.
Lots of family entertainment. Bouncy castle. Live music. Face-painting. Chidren’s storytelling. Yoga. And more…
Delegates will discuss latest thinking on tackling key challenges facing the health service – including in emergency care and waiting lists – and assess the latest work of the Transformation Advisory Board on the first 12-month action plan.
This seminar will provide a timely opportunity to discuss implementation of the Department of Health’s 10-year plan for the reform of health and social care in Northern Ireland – Health and Wellness 2026 – Delivering Together – examining priorities and next steps for the Transformational Implementation Group.
- This Event Is CPD Certified
Registration is from 8.30am.
Cost: £210 plus VAT
Guest of Honour
Mark Taylor, Lead Clinician, Mater Hospital, Belfast; Secretary, Great Britain and Ireland Hepato Pancreato Biliary Association and Member, Transformation Implementation Group, Department of Health.
Experience Sharing for Local Councils
- Tea and Coffee on arrival
- Welcome and Introduction
- PowerPoint Presentation and DVD – Barnardos and Extern
- Arrival and Welcome Centre – Red Cross
- Onward Journey and Support – Barnardos, Extern and Bryson Intercultural
- Council Experience – Belfast City Council
- Q & A session
- Roundtable discussion on Long Term Integration
- Finger buffet lunch
To register your interest please contact:
Tel: (028) 9082 3420 DD: 39420
The UCD Centre for Disability Studies will be hosting their annual Discussions in Disability seminar about Disability and Ethnic Minorities at George Moore Auditorium, UCD O’Brien Centre for Science.
23rd Annual Regional
Sexual Health Conference 2017
This year’s conference will be focusing on
Inequalities in Health for Women
9.00 am – 5.00 pm
(Registration opens 8.15 am)
Celebrating 23 years of Conference, this year’s event will bring together a wide range of experts who will present up-to-date research and activities from throughout the UK and Ireland through keynote presentations and interactive workshops.
There will be a focus on –
- Women – The Journey so Far
- Violence, substance use and sexual exploitation in women’s lives
- Honour based violence
- Forced Marriage
- Sexual Assault/Sexual Violence
- Interventions to improve healthcare for LGBT youth
- GUM Updates
INVITATION LETTERS AND BOOKING FORMS TO FOLLOW