The Refugee Festival Scotland 2018 programme is out now and MIN are hosting and taking part in a number of events over the Festival as usual including ‘Knitting a Community’ with Knit for Unity: Across the Globe on Monday 18th June, our Family Nest Syrian Families Group community event ‘Blossoming Youth Friendships’ on Wednesday 20th June and presenting objects at St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art for the ‘New Scots Museum Display’ launch on Thursday 21st June.
For more details on the events and exhibition click on the links below:
Knitting a Community
Blossoming Youth Friendships
New Scots Museum Display
Come along to the Community Connections celebration of International Women’s Day on Thursday 8th March 2018 from 12-3pm and enjoy dance, refreshments and a performance from our Joyous Choir. Please note this is a women only event.
Bridges Programmes will be running another Life Skills – Getting Ready for Work course starting this week at MIN, as part of the Scottish Refugee Integration Service. Registrations will take place tomorrow, Tuesday 6th March 2018, and the course will start on Friday 9th March. The course is free but participants must have an intermediate level of English and be able to commit to the full 10 weeks. Contact Maria at Bridges Programmes for more info.
The Scottish Refugee Integration Service are holding an information event at MIN on Tuesday 19th December for those in the asylum process who would like to know more about what happens next after gaining refugee status. Spaces are limited so please contact Rebecca at SRC or MIN’s Office to register a place.
Bridges Programmes will be running a new twice weekly course starting at MIN on Tuesday 26th September 2017 as part of the Scottish Refugee Integration Service. The course is free but participants must have an intermediate level of English and be able to commit to the full 10 weeks. Contact Maria at Bridges Programmes for more info.