Refugee and Migrant Sector Community Research Conference to be held in London

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]

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