London’s Refugee and Migrant Sector Community Research Conference will be held on 18th February 2014.
It is being organised by the Evelyn Oldfield Unit, an independent, membership-based, charitable organisation.
London’s refugee and migrant researchers will present the results of their studies at the conference.
The researchers will present new thoughts and findings on issues such as: Somali Women with Post – Natal depression; Eating habits and other lifestyles of African and African Caribbean people living in London Borough of Hackney; Climate Change and Violent Conflicts in East Africa; Youth Crime in the Somali Community; Monitoring Ethnic Diversity: A case study of the Latin American communities in Southwark council; Scotched Earth policy: An insight into the effects of denying subsistence support to failed asylum seekers and other immigrants; Mental Health in the Somali Community; and Poverty within Kensington.
This is a free to attend event. It will be held at Resource for London, 356 Holloway Rd, N7 6PA London, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
For further information please contact Sarah Menzies by dialling 0207 697 4102 or send an email to: [email protected]