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Law Centre Guide for Advisers Working with People from Abroad

The Law Centre has been funded by DfC to produce an online guide that will help advisers provide welfare rights advice to people from abroad. We hope that the guide will help advisers quickly identify what entitlement categories of migrants have e.g. –         What benefits can a Slovakian worker receive? –          Can a French jobseeker receive Housing Benefit? –          Is …

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Classroom+ Project Report

Chinese Welfare Association Launched the Report of their Classroom+ Project at The Stronger Together Annual Conference. The report can be accessed at the link below or in hard copy by contacting CWA. https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/960486_368f972662ab47b89ac949a13ea08a4b.pdf

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Northern Area Mental Health Initiative

Do you work with 8-25 year olds? Book FREE mental health and internet safety workshops for young people and their teachers, parents and youth leaders today! Delivered by Action Mental Health and Nexus_NI in target areas in #Antrim, #Ballymena, #Carrickfergus,#Coleraine, #Larne and #Newtownabbey, the workshops will be delivered over the next two years with the aim of increasing the resilience and well-being of young people. The Initiative is led by Cwsan …

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Education Authority Launch of Inclusion Scheme 2018-19

Launch of Inclusion Scheme 2018-19 In anticipation of funding from the Department of Education aimed at promoting inclusive youth work projects, the EA Youth Service is inviting applications to a new Inclusion Scheme 2018-19. The scheme is specially designed “to target communities of interest and those who may be at greater risk of social exclusion, marginalisation or isolation, because they …

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Time to (re)think! – Diversity and Inclusion workshops for Primary/Secondary School Pupils

  IMPRINT is now offering these highly interactive and fun diversity/inclusion workshops to primary and secondary school pupils (Northern Ireland only). Workshop learning includes an understanding of what prejudice is and how it develops; debunking of myths through activities; empathy generating activities; common interest activities; expression of thought activities and perception activities all aimed at promoting an inclusive attitude. Workshop …

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ESOL for Women – Coleraine

ESOL with available childcare https://signup.causewaycoastvineyard.com/events/summer-2018/categories/thursday-morning-women-s-groups/groups/698/signups/new    

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Ulster University Asylum Seekers Scholarships

Asylum Seekers Scholarship Ulster University will offer up to three scholarships for students registered as asylum seekers in Northern Ireland. The scholarships are open to students applying to study a three-year full time undergraduate degree in academic year 2018/19 and who do not have access to student finance. Please note the deadline for applications to this scholarship is 30th June …

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English Classes – Rasharkin

ESOL/ English classes in Rasharkin St Patrick’s Primary School, 8 Gortahar Rd, Rasharkin BT44 8SB. Registration Wednesday  27th September 19:00-20:00. Start Oct 4th Wednesday 19:00-20:30 (10 week course) One class mixed level. Classes are partly funded by NI Housing Executive. Voluntary contributions of £10 for 10 week course are welcome. For more info contact Tomek 07922020044 or tomek@theresourcecentre.org

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First Steps Women’s Centre Courses

Wellbeing Courses:   Leader Of Your Own Life  2hrs X 6 weeks Mondays 9.45 am -11.45 am.  Starts Monday 16th Jan Arts Project 2.5hrs X 6 weeks Tuesdays 9.45 am -12.15 pm.  Starts Tuesday 17th Jan Yoga 2hrs X 6 weeks Wednesdays 9.45 am -11.45 am. Starts Wednesday 18th January Creative Writing 2hrs X 6 weeks Wednesdays 12.30 pm – 2.30 pm.  Starts Wednesday …

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