Huge congratulations to our Director Rema on winning the Spotlight Award at the Scottish Women’s Business Awards on Sunday 19th May 2019! You can read more about the Rema and the awards here and about Rema’s journey and how she came to join MIN here in articles from the Evening Times.
MIN is delighted and honoured to have received the Community Project of the Year – Active Life Award at the Scottish Ethnic Minority Sports Association Sport and Community Awards on Friday 6th April 2018.
Thanks to everyone who attended our AGM on Tuesday 5th September and gave us the opportunity to share our achievements from 2016-17! Wonderful to end the afternoon with Gujurati dancing from volunteer Mina and some of the Colours of Life dancers.
For more info on the presentation from our Development Worker, Rose, on her Winston Churchill Memorial Trust UK fellowship award, looking at Arts & Integration, please visit her blog: https://rfilippiblog.wordpress.com
MIN is delighted to report that our Director, Remzije Sherifi, has been honoured and inducted into the Saltire Society’s “Outstanding Women of Scotland” with 9 other women from the arts, culture, politics, activism and science this year. From the GWL website: “Created in partnership with Glasgow Women’s Library, the ‘Outstanding Women of Scotland’ community aims to recognise and celebrate remarkable Scottish women from all walks of life who have made an outstanding contribution to Scottish society.”
To mark the occasion each inductee was presented with a limited edition print from Edinburgh-based print maker Jessica Crisp at a special event at Glasgow Women’s Library on 7th March 2017 . Previous inductees include First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, J.K. Rowling and Annie Lennox.
MIN is delighted to report that our Development Worker, Rose Filippi, has been awarded one of 150 Travelling Fellowships from Winston Churchill Memorial Trust in 2017.
The fellowships allow professionals working in the UK to carry out a wide range of research and development projects, designed to benefit their communities and professions in the UK. Rose will be travelling to Berlin and Brussels to research different integration projects in these cities. She hopes to be able to share the learning widely on her return so please get in touch if you would like to be part of the network of contacts she is currently developing.