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Know all about entitlements of refugees, migrants, EU nationals: Glasgow


Day-long training session on 20th October 2010
19th October 2010: If you are working with new migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, or need a thorough understanding of barriers faced by them groups in accessing services, ` Working with Refugees, Asylum Seekers, Migrants & EU Nationals training’ is just for you.
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The training programme is scheduled to be held on 20 October 2010 between 9:30 am and 4:30 pm at Positve Action in Housing, 98 West George Street, Glasgow, G2 1PJ

The day-long course examines the rights of migrants under UK and European Law. You will be briefed on all the fundamental issues such as barriers faced by different groups and their respective entitlement to services.

As a participant, you will be given up-to-date knowledge on the housing, employment and welfare entitlements of refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and EU nationals.

This course is highly participative and the course packs are comprehensive. Anyone who works with new migrants, refugees and asylum seekers; anyone who needs a thorough understanding of the barriers faced by these groups in accessing services such as housing, employment and welfare entitlements.

It is particularly relevant to people working in social work, housing, welfare, education, employment, health, community development or the justice system.

By the end of the day you will understand the barriers faced by refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and EU nationals; have an awareness of the relevant legislation that impacts on individuals from these communities; have knowledge of their housing, employment and welfare entitlements and be equipped to effectively review and update your organisation’s policy and practice.

For non-members, the training costs £220, for community/voluntary organisations £150, and for members: £125

To book your place, contact Suki Sangha, Training Officer, Positive Action in Housing Ltd, 98 West George Street, Glasgow, G2 1PJ. You can call up at: 0141 353 2220, or mail at [email protected]

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