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We provide a range of cultural, educational, training and spiritual activities as well as facilities for the community this includes: A homework club and study centre, Arabic and Quran schools, youth activities, parental empowerment programmes, community cohesion initiatives, elderly well being project, Health and psychological support, referral and signposting, family counselling, prayer facilities and spiritual guidance.
Our aim is to provide information, referral advice, advocacy and assistance to enable better access to mainstream services. We organise health and welfare promotion activities through the use of information and awareness sessions, focus groups and outreach work. All projects work to improve the overall quality of life of our users and to support them to access services that are otherwise inaccessible to them, due to language, cultural religious barriers and ignorance. We aim to make a real difference to thee lives of those we seek to serve, support and assist.
All our services are free, impartial and confidential.
Empower women from all backgrounds with knowledge, skills and confidence to better themselves & their families, tackle isolation and integrate.
Supplementary School to Build Children's confidence, self-esteem and resilience through additional Maths, English and Sports activities.
Information and advice for members and non-members of the Angolan community in the best way to meet their needs.
Anti-Tribalism Movement is registered non-profit organisation which provides a range of services to people affected by the social inequalities of Tribalism. ATM’s vision and track record is based around a cohesive and active society where all people’s opinions are valued regardless of clan, gender, or political belief.
The Armenian Institute is dedicated to making Armenian culture and history a living experience, through innovative programmes, educational resources, workshops, academic events, exhibits and performances. Particular attention is paid to contemporary diasporan life and the development of links with Armenian and other communities. An objective of the Institute is to maintain a library, housing books, multimedia resources and archival material.
We provide opportunities in UK and abroad (Philippines, Lithuania, India, Rwanda) for young adults (20 - 35) to volunteer for one year in broadly educational projects alongside Assumption Sisters and we support up to 10 volunteers each year. Crossing cultures, an exchange of skills and personal growth are important values.
To empower Christians everywhere to be a counter force of love and peace to the intolerance and aggression that now prevail in so many of our communities, and to build understanding between the faiths.