Scotland Welcomes Refugees

MIN was visited by the Scottish Government Equalities Secretary Angela Constance on Wednesday 2nd November 2016 to meet with Syrian families to discuss their experiences of living in Scotland, as part of a new strategy to welcome refugees.

You can read more about the strategy here.

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Aviva Community Fund – Vote for MIN

Please take a few minutes to vote for MIN and help our Dance Project get to the finals of the Aviva Community Fund as this would give us much needed funding to run the project.

To vote for us click here.



MIN Family Nest group moves to Wednesdays

The Family Nest group will now be meeting on Wednesday evenings from 5.30pm – 7.30pm at Maryhill Community Centre, 35 Avenuepark St, G20 8TS.

Integrating Syrian families into Scottish society – with activities and information sessions every week. We would welcome anyone from the local community along who wants to meet and make friends with newcomers to Glasgow.


MIN wins Charity and Social Enterprise Award

MIN was delighted to win an award at this year’s Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards for our Men’s Group film ‘A Strong Man’ made with our partners Media Co-op.

‘The Charity and Social Enterprise Award sponsored by the Wheatley Group was split into Local and National campaigns due to the volume of entries. The Local award was awarded to Maryhill Integration Network and the National award went to Cahonas Scotland. Evelyn McDowall, digital lead at Wheatley Group said: “We were delighted to be part of the Scottish Digital Business awards and would like to congratulate all the winners. The quality and scope of the entries was outstanding and everyone involved deserves to be a winner.’  See full article here.