Tues 20 and 27 February 10-4pm Wolverhampton free training for asylum seekers and those supporting them
Wolverhampton City of Sanctuary https://wolverhampton.cityofsanctuary.org/ seeks to help and support asylum seekers and refugees in and around Wolverhampton, and encouraged Wolverhampton City Council to make a public commitment to Wolverhampton becoming a place of welcome and safety by adopting the title of ‘City of Sanctuary’.
To encourage and support local communities, businesses, and statutory, voluntary, community and faith organisations in welcoming and assisting asylum-seekers and refugees.
To publicise and celebrate the contribution of asylum-seekers and refugees to their local communities and to UK society and culture, and to challenge hostility and discrimination against them.
Membership of W’ton City of Sanctuary includes current and former asylum seekers, agencies working with asylum seekers and refugees, representatives of local community and faith organisations, and individuals supporting our aims.
Wolverhampton, Bilston & District Trades Union Council attended the founding meeting in September 2016 and joined up.
For listing of all local events relating to asylum-seekers and refugees https://wolverhampton.cityofsanctuary.org/diary
their links to othersupportive groups and organisations https://wolverhampton.cityofsanctuary.org/useful-links
local resources that may be available https://wolverhampton.cityofsanctuary.org/resources