MIN and our colleagues from Integration Networks across Glasgow at Govan Commnity Project, South East Integration Network, Cranhill Development Trust and North Glasgow Integration Network, have written to the Secretary of State Priti Patel asking for an urgent investigation into the decions taken to move members of the asylum seeking community to hotel accommodation during the Covid-19 lockdown.
In the letter we echo the concerns of Scottish Refugee Council and others regarding a number of isses including the communication people receive before being moved and the safety of people placed in hotels. Here is the letter in full for your information.
Our latest Update on Mailchimp contains all the details of what we’ve been doing since the Covid-19 crisis began to support our service users and others 📰
We’d like to thank Corra Foundation, Maryhill Housing Association, The National Lottery, Glasgow City Council, Scottish Government, Impact Funding Partners and JMATrust for the funding and support they have provided to MIN during this challenging period that has enabled us to adapt to the crisis and continue to assist our group members and service users to stay connected and receive the help they need 💜
Click the link below to view the Update. You can also sign up to receive our updates direct to your inbox by filling in the Mailchimp sign up on the right hand side of the Home page.
We are now able to offer English language support online or over the phone! 🙂💻📱
Some good news to share with you 🙂 We’re very excited to have been informed that the ‘Under the Jasmine Tree’ animation is listed as one of the Finalists for the Charity Film Awards 2020! 🎥🥁
Here’s the animation created by the St Fillans Primary School pupils, based on MIN volunteer Saffanna’s poem ⬇️
Please share & vote 🙂 http://bit.ly/2qJ5xT2
Refuweegee are able to deliver support packages to anyone in need in the Glasgow area. Text PACK to 07520648388 to request items 📱