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Refugees: Home, Homelessness, Mental Health and Wellbeing - London

Refugees: Home, Homelessness, Mental Health and Wellbeing - London

Refugees: Home, Homelessness, Mental Health and Wellbeing - London

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

REAP (Refugees in Effective and Active Partnership)

9.15am - 3pm

CAIA, 'Hayashen' 105 Mill Hill Road, Acton Town, W3 8JF

A networking, information sharing and collaboration / planning event for people concerned about the risks and impact of homelessness and insecure housing and futures for refugees and asylum seekers in London, also considering links between homelessness and refugees’ mental health, poor mental health and wellbeing.

Extended workshop (HEAR/RoTA) until 3.00 : HEAR, RoTA and partners
including CAIA, Tamil Community Centre, Council of Somali Organisations workshop. To continue campaigning in West London to improve commissioning and services for BAMER people with mental health support needs. #HardlyHardToReach campaign

Please let us know if you would be interested in
       - a morning hotspot (2 minutes to raise an issue or talk about your work)
       - facilitating a table discussion – and the topic you would be keen to facilitate
       - bringing materials to display / give out

A request : REAP with HEAR and support from CAIA, Frontline Network and others have arranged these cross-sector peer events focussed on ‘Refugees: Home and Homelessness’ for four years, with a follow up workshop each Summer. REAP is thinking about the future of its peer networking activities around refugee homelessness and will be glad to hear your thoughts about this on the 30th Jan.

To book: sarah@reap.org.uk

Info on campaign workshop: Mhairi@reap.org.uk

Please let us know if you have any access or other needs.

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