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Red Cross – Job Opportunities

Job opportunities to join the Red Cross refugee Support team in NI:   Project Coordinator https://careers.redcross.org.uk/vacancies/1099/project-coordinator–refugee-support.html https://www.communityni.org/job/project-coordinator-refugee-support-1   Casework Coordinator (FRIS – part time) https://careers.redcross.org.uk/vacancies/1063/casework-coordinator–family-reunion-integration-service.html https://www.communityni.org/job/casework-coordinator-family-reunion-integration-service   Project Coordinator (FRIS) https://careers.redcross.org.uk/vacancies/964/project-coordinator.html https://www.communityni.org/job/project-coordinator-family-reunion-integration-service-ref-964   The deadline for the three posts will be on Mon 26th October

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International Organisation for Migration (IOM) launches Human Trafficking campaign

IOM launches Human Trafficking campaign this week. Human Trafficking is happening all over Ireland – not just in cities. It could be happening next door. Victims are hidden in plain sight. Know the signs or get help http://anyonetrafficked.com #humantrafficking #stophumantrafficking #knowthesigns #awareness

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East Belfast Newcomer Cafe

Invitation to East Belfast Newcomer Cafe A new project for newcomers to East Belfast, offering a practical support to them – and a bit of fun. It is addressed to all who are new to East Belfast. Anybody interested in such meet-ups needs to register with me aleks@ebcda.org to receive a link with the Zoom details. The East Belfast Newcomer …

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BCRC – Volunteers needed for online English Classes

Volunteers needed for English Classes online BCRC are looking for enthusiastic and passionate people to support their English Classes online (level Beginner). Classes are organised by BCRC for women from the Syrian Community in the Causeway Area. The main goal is to support these women’s integration and help them build a better future. For more information please contact: marzena@theresourcecentre.org 07716401059 …

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From the D Day Landings to VE Day: the role of NI in WW2

From the D Day Landings to VE Day – the role of NI in WW2 via zoom, Monday 9th November at 7pm   Rural Community Network are hosting a talk on the American Troops in NI during WW2. The speaker is Mr David Martin.   The role Northern Ireland played in WW2 is quite often played down and rarely mentioned, but …

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Book Week NI

Book Week NI will take place during 19 to 25 October. There will be many opportunities to get involved; either on air, online or through social media. What is Book Week NI? Book Week NI is a joint initiative arising from the partnership between BBC Northern Ireland and Libraries NI and the event is now going into its fifth year. Book …

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Barnardo’s ‘See, Hear, Respond’ wellbeing service for children and young people

Today Barnardo’s NI have launched a brand new emotional wellbeing service – See, Hear, Respond. This service will work with children and young people in N. Ireland who might need additional support to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic, offering practical and therapeutic support. It will also offer advice and guidance to any adults who are concerned about a child’s mental …

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Department for Communities announces cash boost for voluntary and community sector

Communities Minister Carál Ní Chuilín is to make a further £10.8 million of funding available to the voluntary and community sector to assist recovery from, and prepare for any possible second wave of, Covid-19 The grant funding will be made available in October with £9.7 million to cover six months salaries up to March 2021 for groups and the remaining £1.1 …

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