October 16, 2016 by Sarah
25th Nov 2016 Engaging and Communicating with Refugee and Migrant Families
A workshop for people who work with refugee & migrant children and their families in West London.
If you have children with parents who speak Tamil, Dari/Farsi, Pashtu, Somali, many other African and Asian languages they may well be refugees/asylum-seekers, especially if they have arrived recently.
This is a pragmatic and practice-based workshop for paid staff, to identify practical ways your organisation can strengthen its engagement and communication with refugee and migrant families in the short and longer term.
Where? : Harlington UB3 When? : Fri 25th Nov 2016
(9.15 registration) 9.30–1.00 (slightly earlier than normal)
- Why it matters
- Thinking about families’ motives, means and opportunities to communicate with you
- Your organisation’s own needs and balancing internal priorities,
- Language, interpreting and confidentiality
- Models of Parent involvement for bridging and building
- Single ethnicity activities or not?
- Planning ahead, multi-strand strategies and diverse activities
- Sharing experience, best practice/priorities for practice, ideas for action
- Sources of support, referral and services, further professional devt.
It is essential to book. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org 01895 441530
£25/pers (invoices/receipts available) If £25 is a concern please contact Sarah
Please let us know if you have any mobility or other access needs