6th Central & Eastern European Forum on 19th July 2010

Aims to promote contacts among Central & Eastern European nationals 12th July 2010: The 6th Central & Eastern European Forum (CEEF), which aims to promote contacts among Central & Eastern European nationals and the agencies who work with them, is scheduled to be held on Monday 19th July 2010.

The forum, at St Mungo’s Training Rooms, 7 Kings Bench Street, London SE1 0QX, seeks to encourage good practise and shared knowledge amongst its members. You can call up at 07967312207 or email [email protected]

The arrival is scheduled at 19.00 hours, followed by registration, and personal introductions. Minutes from the last CEEF will also be taken up. At 19.15 hours, you have presentation by Polish Psychologists Association, which aims to provide professional psychological support to the Polish community in the UK.

The session will be followed by questions and answers

At 19.45 hours, you have information from Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. The refreshment break will be followed by presentation “Hibiscus”.

It is a branch of Female Prisoners Welfare Project and was set up in 1991 to address the special needs of foreign national women imprisoned in the UK. Their EU women’s project focuses on the diverse needs of women from the EU arising from complex EU legislation around resettlement and integration.

Before the closing details of next Forum would to be announced

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