About Us

Maryhill Integration Network (MIN) SCIO was established in 2001 and became a registered charity (SCO37300) in March 2006. We are a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation . We have a voluntary Board of Trustees.

MIN brings refugee, migrant and local communities together through, art, social, cultural and educational groups and projects, offering people a chance to learn new skills, meet new people, share experiences and take part in worthwhile activities to improve their lives and the life of their communities.

Our Team –

Remzije Sherifi – Director
Liane Coia – Senior Administrative Officer
Rose Filippi – Development Worker
Addison Malloy – Volunteer Co-ordinator

MIN Staff, Volunteers & Service Users in the Many Hands Community Garden

MIN works in partnership to develop projects and services that meet the needs of the local community. These aim to build bonds and links within and between communities to encourage cross-cultural understanding and celebrate diversity.

MIN understands that integration is not possible by working with only a particular group within the community and so encourages participation from people of all backgrounds, ages and abilities living within Greater Maryhill, the North West area of Glasgow and beyond.

MIN has an Open Door Policy so you are welcome to drop in to our office from 10am-5pm Monday to Friday for more information or advice.

Our Weekly Activities Include:

ESOL Classes
Dance and Theatre Production Project
Women’s Group
Men’s Group
Community Choir
Garden Club
(for full details please go to Weekly Programme )

The Network also organises a number of community social events throughout the year to coincide with national events such as:
International Women’s Day
Refugee Week
Black History Month
16 Days of Action to Eliminate Violence Against Women
(for details of current events please go our Upcoming Events)

Disclaimer: MIN is an independent organisation that is not affiliated to any political or religious groups. It is open to all regardless of background.

Website Privacy Policy: MIN does not gather any personal data via this website and no Log In is required.

MIN Data Protection Policy: Any Data required by the organisation is collected in person at groups and activities, upon registration, for the purposes of collecting equalities data and contact details, such as emergency contacts, and to allow MIN to provide information relating to the groups and activities registered for via text. Any information provided to MIN will be treated in confidence, stored securely and only used for the purposes for which it was provided. No data gathered by MIN is ever passed to Third Parties. All data gathered via group/activity registrations will be annually reviewed and deleted if no longer relevant, this means data may be stored for up to 12 months even if individuals are no longer attending groups and/or activities, however anyone may request to have their data removed from MIN’s database at any time. Data is also gathered through volunteering registration forms which have their own Privacy Policy clearly displayed on the form.