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Conway Mill Education Programme for Young Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Conway Education Centre is starting a pilot education programme for young people between 16 and 19 years of age from refugee & asylum seeking families on Monday 27 September. The project provides 16 hours of structured education by qualified teachers, for a period of 24 weeks, to 12 young people. The project starts on Monday 27 September and finishes at …

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Good Relations Week 20 – 26th September 2021

Good Relations Week 2021 will run from Monday 20th to Sunday 26th September 2021 The theme is ‘Brighter Days Ahead’ which celebrates and spotlights the range of projects young people are involved in to break down barriers, unite communities and act as a catalyst for meaningful change in our society. To get involved by hosting a face-to-face event, an online …

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ESOL NI – Education Financial Support and Online ESOL Classes – September 2021

Please see below the ESOL NI September 2021 (First Edition) update with suggestions and links to opportunities for ‘Education Financial Support and Online ESOL classes – September 2021’. ESOL NI student funding and ESOL online classes – update 01 Sept 2021 PDF  

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NICCY Report Vulnerable children invisible during pandemic

The Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People has launched a new report on children and young people’s experiences of the Covid 19 pandemic. The report contains the experiences of almost 4500 children and young people through surveys and focus groups. The aim is to provide an assessment of the impact of government’s response to the pandemic on the …

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