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July 27 · Issue #19 · View online
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This month we have job vacancies, Asylum Guide blogs, supervision survey, Info Hub bulletin release, new resources, and funding opportunities.

Upcoming Events & Courses
  • Housing Assistance for Migrants Course* - 19 Aug
  • Case Management Skills & Standards Course* - 24 Aug
  • NEW DATE: Employment Law & Immigration* - 23 Sept
  • OISC Level 2 Asylum & Protection Course* - 4 to 8 Oct
  • OISC Level 1 Asylum & Protection Course* - 14 Oct
  • OISC Level 2 Immigration Course* - 8 to 12 Nov
  • OISC Level 1 Immigration Course* - 6 to 10 Dec
*These courses are restricted to organisations who are FIAP partners. To find out more, managers can contact Daniel Fallon.
New Date for Course: Employment Law & Immigration
23 Sept, 10am - 3.30pm
Open to our FIAP partners, this course by Migrants At Work looks at the tensions between immigration law and employment law, and how they can lead to discrimination against migrants.
Work With Us!
Closing date: 9am, 2 Aug 2021
We’re looking for a Navigating Asylum Project Manager (Maternity Cover) to lead our work in expanding legal literacy within the asylum system. You’ll be managing the Partnership of seven charities who run our Asylum Guide programme, training volunteers to support people seeking asylum.
Tender Call-Out: Monitoring & Evaluation
Closing date: 9.30am, 30 July 2021
We’re looking for support in setting the monitoring and impact framework of Greater Manchester Step Change Consortium. We need to learn how to bring together its learning for internal and external use, ensuring it monitors its Experts by Experience work.
Bulletin 12 of the Information and Data Hub
Our latest Bulletin presents data from 31 organisations on disability and the ASPEN card transition. All are welcome to join our Hub call on Wed 28 July to discuss the findings.
Blog: Asylum Guides - Experts By Experience
Refugee Action spoke to two Asylum Guides who volunteer with Micro Rainbow as part of our Navigating Asylum Partnerships Project. They tell their own stories:
> Ericky’s Story
“It was the first time I met people like me without having to explain! They all understand what you are going through. Now I help new arrivals settle in. Sometimes you think you can’t help much, but you’d be amazed.”
> Estelle’s Story
“I used to catch the bus at 5am, travel [from London] to Glasgow to a support group, then get the bus all the way back. Then I googled support groups in London, and found Micro Rainbow.”
Human and Community Centred Design
Our partners on Explore suggested that we publish information and opportunities for organisations to use human and community centred design to improve their work. Maryhill Integration Network, Kent Refugee Action Network and Refugee Rights Hub share their design journeys.
OISC & Immigration Advisor Supervision Survey
Many organisations have been telling us that they would like support with the supervision of OISC and immigration advisors. We’d love to hear from you about how the Frontline Immigration Advice Project (FIAP) could help. 
Free Courses - Design Hops with CAST
Starting 7 Sept (Scotland), 16 Sept (England, Wales, Northern Ireland)
A Design Hop teaches charity participants a step-by-step method for user-centred digital design, leading to unexpected insights, powerfully simple digital solutions and a hunger to keep tackling complex problems. The course supports non-profits on a digital journey to solve real challenges.
New £50 Million Partnership
The National Lottery Community Fund and The Ubele Initiative have announced a new £50 million partnership, aimed to boost funding and support to Black and Minoritised Community charities and grassroots groups over the next five years.
Community Ownership Fund
The government is providing £150 million over 4 years to support community groups in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to take ownership of assets and amenities at risk of being lost. Voluntary and community groups can bid for match funding.
We’d love your feedback
Please get in touch with Lizzie if you have any feedback. We’d love to hear from you.
Thanks for reading
Continue to stay safe,
The Good Practice & Partnerships Team
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