We are running a workshop on 15 April 2011 aimed at getting migrant
community organisation involved in social networking on behalf of their
communities. Please forward the information to all who might be
interested. The workshop is free of charge to 18 participants. Lunch is
provided and some travel expenses can be reimbursed.
If you have further questions, please feel free to contact me at:
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Workshop : Social networking opportunities for migrant community
organisations – register now!
Friday, April 15, 2011
If you are a representative of a migrant community organisation or
working with refugees and asylum seekers register now for a one-day
workshop on social networking for activism and collaboration on refugee
The aim of the workshop is to inform participants about opportunities
and models of online collaboration for action and information sharing
relevant to refugee groups and will include discussions of the social
media tools available and projects using these resources.
* Jan Brulc - Communications officer, Migrants’ Rights Network
* Maryam Pasha- Network and Innovations Manager, Migrants’ Rights Network
* Dr. Nicholas Gill – Lecturer, Exeter University, Asylum Network
* Ezinda Franklin-Houtzager – Refugee Health Network, Medact
The workshop is strictly limited to 18 participants so register now to
avoid disappointment. Representatives of migrant community organisations
will be given priority.
Participants should be comfortable using the internet.
The workshop is free of charge and will run from 10:00am -3:30pm
Lunch will be provided and reimbursement for travel expenses is available.
Just IT training
7 Sandys Row
For more information, visit our website or contact:
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Tel: 0203 239 0741/ 0207 324 4739
Join the network at: www.refugeehealthnetwork.org
Coordinator, Refugee Health Network
The Grayston Centre
28 Charles Square
London N1 6HT
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7324 4739 (main)
+44 (0)203 239 0741 (direct)
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