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Photos Exhibition in London 'Roxana and Pablo Allison' No longer Invisible
Images of Latin Americans in London and in the UK
Undocumented Migrants, research lead by Manchester University and Migrants Right Network - Manchester.
English language and English culture classes
Language, Employability and Integration Hub. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at the Methodist Central Building from 2 to 5pm and at the Crumpsall Church from 10 to 1pm
Multicultural and diverse Manchester
Manchester is one of the most multicultural cities in the North West
Friendly football games at the Armitage Centre on Sundays from 2 to 3pm
Employability sessions Unemployed migrants into work
Celebrating diversity and learning languages
Migrant Supporting Migrants is a self- funded, non-profit organisation based in Manchester and working to support all vulnerable migrants living in Greater Manchester, including migrant workers, refugees and asylum seekers.
- address: Unit 16 Wesley Enterprise Centre, Royce road, Hulme M15 5BP
- or address 'out-reach' project: 2nd Floor Central Methodist Building, Oldham Street, M1 1JQ
Thank you in advance
Join us on this 1 day interactive
Personal Development Workshop for Women.
We will focus on:
By the end of this course, you will have identified what qualities and capabilities you have and
be more confident in deciding where your future lies.
WHERE: Methodist Central Building, Oldham Street, M1 1JQ
WHEN: 19th January 2016 TIME: 9:45am-2:45pm
WHO FOR: Women aged 18 or over (please contact us for eligibility)
Lunch and Refreshments included (unfortunately we do not have creche facilities)
Booking is essential Please contact Sahron on 0161 300 4638 / 07881 298 532 or
These courses are FULLY FUNDED by The Big Lottery.
Please book your place here: http://tinyurl.com/nq574fy
The Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice is organising the final event of the cross European project on Wellbeing and Young Migrant Men to present and discuss the key issues relevant for the wellbeing of young migrant men from non-European countries. The conference is shaped by the active participation of national stakeholders working with/on youth and wellbeing from Germany, France, Finland, Czech Republic, Italy, Ireland, and the UK as well as participants and peer researchers of the project.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided. Attendance is free, but registration is required to organise the catering.
Below is the preliminary programme
09:00 Registration and Coffee & Tea
09:30-9.35 Welcome: Dr Julian Skyrme, Director of Social Responsibility (UoM)
09:35-10.30 MIMEN Pro
10.30-11.15 Coffee & Tea and Poster Session
Poster displays of all wellbeing domains analysed by the partners and collection of questions for the Question Time Panel
11:15-12.30 Young Migrant Men’s Perspective on the Research Findings
Moderated by Simon Ruding: TiPP
13:30-14.45 Question Time Panel. Chair: Stephen Collet (Hon Reader, University of Manchester)
Panel members consist of researchers, stakeholders & young migrant men.
14.45- 15.15 Coffee & Tea
15.15-15.45 The Policy Implications
15.45-16.00 Presentation of Certificates to Young Migrant Men and Peer Researchers
16.00-17.00 Wine Reception & Performance by Virtual Migrants
For more information and bookings please contact:
Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice Williamson Building
Tel: 0161 39 665 46
Festival of Debate
Presents: Your Europe: Protecting Human Rights and Freedoms
19th March, Sheffield University
Union, 6.30pm FREE ENTRY
Book your place here: tinyurl.com/p9oabfo
Come to the Sheffield Students Union Auditorium for an evening of discussion and art sessions on the importance of upholding human rights and freedoms!
There will be an incredible line up, mixing art and interview to look again at what human rights mean to someone living in Sheffield and the nearby area.
There will be powerful speakers and activists, along with spoken word artists and musicians!
Come and engage in lively debate about these fundamental issues and be inspired to take action to protect the rights we sometimes take for granted. A range of NGOs that defend and promote human rights will have market place stalls after the event, with food and drink laid on, to help take forward the discussion on what we all can do to protect our rights.
New FREE English classes at Crumpsall Methodist Church - Every Friday from 10 am to 1pm
At The Crumpsall Methodist Church Lansdowne Road, Crumpsall, Manchester M8 5SF
New FREE ESOL & LITERACY classes at Fallowfield - Every Friday from 9:30 to 11:00
English Language classes for everybody who would like to improve their communication skills. Extra support in Numeracy is also available, this is for parents who would like to help their children with their homework. Ask for our teachers: Stephanie and Nayereh.
Fallowfield Methodist Community Church Corner Hart Road & Platt Lane, Fallowfield M14 7BU Manchester
26th of February 2015. MSM is delighted to invite you to our, Learning Celebration Evening part of The Language, Employability and Integration Hub
From 17:00 to 19:00 At The Methodist Central Buildings Oldham Street Manchester UK M1 1JQ
We will have the chance to: · Share experiences; find out about future activities; share food, music and more.
Please confirm your attendance via email:
Peer Researchers Volunteers: MIMEN Project:
NEXT MEETING: Tuesday 11th November from 5pm to 6:30 at the Methodist Church. Oldham Str
eet Manchester M1 1JQ.
The project aims to find out more about challenges and difficulties experienced by young migrants living in the UK, their resilience and achievements. We are looking for volunteers who would like to help us. Full training and support will be provided. For more information, please contact us: email@example.com
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