Over 45? Not had your Covid-19 vaccination yet, why not walk-in today? NW London residents aged 45 and over can now walk-in for a Covid-19 vaccination, at one of our eight large vaccination centres across eight North West London boroughs – no appointment needed. If you live in one of these boroughs (Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster) drop-in to one of our centres.
The Safer Kensington and Chelsea Partnership would like your help to find out what are the most important crime and community safety issues affecting residents and businesses in our borough. This survey is an opportunity to tell us how resources from agencies across a range of statutory services, including Police, Council, The National Probation Service, and Health services - should be used to make the borough a safer place to live, work and learn.
Migrants Organise's Community Programme provides practical support, advocacy and training for refugees and migrants. We provide casework support including advice on housing, welfare benefits, community care, education, asylum support, immigration and employment. We are looking for someone with experience of working with refugees or other vulnerable groups, and a strong commitment to equality, human rights and justice.
H&F Mind is currently recruiting for two roles: Peripatetic Crisis Alternative Team Coordinator and Peripatetic Crisis Alternative Support Worker. Both roles are within their crisis cafes, an out of hours service providing a safe and welcoming space for people who are feeling distressed and experiencing crisis. Deadline for applications is 30th April.
Your voice is important, so let’s hear it! Are you interested in shaping the health and wellbeing priorities for Children and Young People? Connecting Care for Children are inviting local children, young people and their families to talk to us about what matters to them in terms of local healthcare. We would like to hear: how health care for children and young people is delivered; the healthcare worries of your communities; how to design services that work for you and your family.
Women only session - all levels welcome. Energise and get fit with Fanta as she takes you around the world with music and fun dance moves in a safe space for Migrant and BAMER women. Date: Every Friday from 19th March - 7th May 2021. Time: 10:00-11:00am.
FORWARD Support - Safe & culturally sensitive support for Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) women, asylum seekers or refugee victim-survivors of domestic abuse & harmful practices such as FGM, so called 'honour' based abuse, forced marriage & abuse based on faith/belief. Online or telephone services Include: COVID-19 support from peer support workers
One-to-one emotional support & casework; Migrant Women's coffee morning & Whole & Healthy Woman's group; Community workshops for faith leaders & local organisations; Frontline Professionals training & advice on harmful practices.
The Middle Eastern Women & Society Organisation (MEWSo) cordially invites you to join us in a coalition to #BanVirginityTests. Banning these tests is one of our major campaigns in supporting the human rights of women and girls, and we hope you agree that this barbaric practice needs to end. I am holding a conference on Friday 30th April and will be joined by an incredible line up of guest speakers, who are specialists, advocates, campaigners in the field.
Muslim Charities Forum as Intermediary Partner for Comic Relief has launched the Global Majority Fund for organisations who work with communities facing racial inequality within the UK. MCF has now opened the funding application process for small-medium organisations to apply for project or core costs for up to £10,000.
Do you or someone in your family receive council-funded personal assistance/ care at home from a care worker or nurse? The Bureau Local is investigating how care at home has been impacted during the pandemic and excess deaths amongst this group. Health inequality reporter, Vicky Gayle, would like to hear from personal assistance users, relatives, and care workers, also from academics and professionals working in this field or who have a vested interest in domiciliary care, such as advocates.