عزاء الدكتور علي زايد  بلندن

ستتلقى نقابة الاطباء بالمملكة المتحدة واصدقاء وزملاء فقيد الطب والبلاد الدكتور علي زايد آدم العزاء يوم السبت 2 فبراير من الساعة الرابعة وحتى الثامنة مساء.

المكان:

Canal Side House, 383 Ladbroke Grove Road, London W10 5AA

Nearest tube station Ladbroke Grove

Bus: 18-23-52-70-316

 

 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
   
 

الحزب الشيوعي السوداني ينعي البروفيسور محمد سعيد القدال

أي مشعل للفكر انطفأ

أي قلب توقف عن الخفقان

ينعي الحزب الشيوعي السوداني وجريدة الميدان فقيد الوطن والحزب الشيوعي المرحوم البروفيسور محمد سعيد القدال .. برحيل محمد سعيد القدال تنطوي صفحة هامة من صفحات الاستنارة والثقافة والفكر، مؤرخاً كبيراً وانساناً عظيماً ومناضلاً فذاًَ التزم جانب أبناء شعبه الفقراء والمظلومين، وتابع طريقه فى صلابة الفولاذ لم يفت في عضده وهن ولم يستوعبه اغراء. إننا إذ ننعيه فانما نفتقده زميلاً يظل مكانه شاغراً ويعز فراقه على كل الذين عرفوه في جبهات النضال السياسي وفي مواقع المعرفة وفي أروقة التعليم الثانوي والجامعي وفي ميادين العمل العام. تعازينا الحارة لأسرته وزوجته وبناته وابنه وشقيقاته وشقيقه وجميع رفاقه واصدقائه وطلابه (إنا لله وإنا إليه راجعون)

 

يتقبل فرع الحزب الشيوعي بالمملكة المتحدة وآيرلندا العزاء فى يوم السبت 12 يناير من الساعة الخامسة وحتى الثامنة مساء فى العنوان التالى:

“WECH” Community Centre

Elgin Avenue Off Harrow Road, London W9

Bus: 6-18-28-31-36-328

Tube: Westbourne Park (Hammersmith & City line)

 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

المجموعة السودانية لحقوق المرأة

تدعوكم بمناسبة يوم المرأة العالمي للاحتفال

 باليوبيل الذهبي لتعليم البنات في السودان 1907-2007

يشتمل الاحتفال على:

  • كلمات تضامن

  • تاريخ تعليم البنات فى السودان

  • تشاركنا الناشطة النسوية المبدعة إلهام عبد الخالق

يوجد creche  للأطفال وبوفيه

 الزمان: يوم السبت 10 مارس 2007 ..... الساعة 6 مساءاً

المكان:

Paddington arts

32 Woodfield Road

London W9

 

Underground station:

Westbourne Park

Buses: 18, 28, 31 and 328

مع تحيات لجنة الإحتفال    (SWRG)

E-mail: sudanesewomenrights@hotmail.com

Registered Charity Number:    1082170

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

PEACE AND

HUMAN RIGHTS

IN SUDAN

Conference on 3rd February 2007 sponsored by Liberation and Aslef

4pm-8.30pm

Venue:Paddington Art Centre

32 Woodfield Road

London W9

Tel.020 7286 2722

PROGRAMME

Sudanese Exhibition

Welcome Address by Jeremy Corbyn MP (Liberation Chair)

Co-Chair Hashim Mohammed Ahmed

Opening Session

Human Rights in Darfur -Ahmed Diraige

Situation in Eastern Province -Aissha Hummaida

Prospects for Peace in Southern Sudan -speaker

Questions

Refreshments-Tea and Coffee

Session Two

Tom Sibley-ICTUR

The role of the Sudan Trade Unions in the UK

Representative of the Sudanese Trade Union Federation-

Eltayeb Ibrahim Elmadih,

Women's Rights in the Sudan -Kawther Hamed

Questions

DECLARATION

Close:Hashim Mohammed Ahmed

For more information call Liberation on 0207 435 4547

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 


  60 Years of Trade Union Movement in
Sudan
  A Conference to evaluate its achievements & shortcomings

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Chair: Dr Ahmed Abbass, Chairman, Sudanese Doctors’ Trade Union, UK & Ireland

Keynote speaker:  Professor Mary Davis, Director
Centre for Trade Union Studies, London metropolitan University

Presentations:
[1] Jane Hogan, Durham University:
                       Sudan Collection at Durham University
[2] Fathi Elfadl: International Centre for trade union rights
   Sudanese labour movement & international unions
[3] Abdel Aziz  Husain El Sawi: Sudanese writer
                 Trade unions and transition to democracy in Sudan
[4] Siddig Elzailaee: Working Lives Research Institute
  Looking back to shape the future
[5] Tharwat Hemat: Reading poems [I am Atbara ]

8 workshops: [short presentations then open discussion]
There are two sessions each consists of four workshops.
Each participant can select one workshop to attend.

First session of workshops:
[1] We were there [how the movement was founded?]
Chair: Al Awad Ahmed. Speakers: Kamal Eldeen Abass [Ireland]
 & Kamal Swardahab & Abdel Lateef  Camarat
[2] Trade Unions and El Ingath Government [1989-2005]
Speakers: Hashim Mohmed Ahmed & Mostafa Siri
[3] Sudanese political parties and trade unions:
Speakers:  Babiker Yahia & Ismat El Alim
[4] Future of Sudanese trade unions:
Ahmed ShowkRashid Saeed [France]

Second session of workshops:
[5] Trade unions and Dar Fur conflict:
Speakers: Representatives of different Movements
[6] Labour legislation in Sudan:
Speakers: Ordesse Hamad & Abdel Salam Hassan
[7] Using film to archive the trade union movement:
Speaker: Ali Hasan Adlan [Canada]& Mohammed Abu Al Gasim
[8] Trade unions and other social groups:
Speakers:   Kawther Hamed  & Hala Abdel Lateef & Sami Ahmed

Saturday 9/12/2006
From 12 30 to 17 00
At The Graduate Centre London Metropolitan University
Holloway Road

Nearest underground:
Holloway Road, Piccadilly Line
Busses [direct to the centre]
43, 153, 271, 393
Busses Holloway road 4, 17, 29, 41, 91, 253, 254, 259

All welcome

For more information contact Siddig Elzailaee: s.elzailaee@londonmet.ac.uk

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

Communist University of Britain

Friday 3 - Sunday 5 November 2006

Ruskin House, 23 Coombe Road, Croydon CR0 1BD

 

details and registration

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 
     

مجلس التضامن السوداني

     
 

 

الدعوة موجهة للجميع بالمملكة المتحدة لواجب المشاركة في التظاهرة السلمية للضغط على الحكومتين السودانية واليونانية لإيقاف دفن النفايات المشعة في السودان

 

 
   

 

التاريخ: الجمعة الثالث من فبراير 2003.

المكان: مدينة لندن

   
                     
 

المسار: أولاً أمام السفارة اليونانية:

1A Holland Park

London W11 3TP

Nearest tube station Holland Park

 
   

الزمان: 12:00 – 14:00

   
 

      

       ثانياً التوجه إلى السفارة السودانية:

3 Cleveland Row

London SW 1A 1DD

Nearest tube station Green Park

 

 
     

الزمان: 14:00 – 16:00

     
 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

حملة جمع ملابس دارفور ببريطانيا

إلى جماهير الشعب السوداني الأبي بالمملكة المتحدة وايرلندا

إلى كل من لديه أذن تسمع وعين ترى وقلب يخشع ويدمع

الرجاء الاسراع بالاتصال والمساهمة

 دارفور دارفور دارفور صور للماساة عمت كل شبر فى الارض حتى والله ان طوب الارض لو كان يملك حق الكلام لما توانى ان يسهم ولو بكلمة فى رفع المعاناة عن اهلنا الذين يعانون من ويلات النزوح داخل معسكرات اللجوء والبرد والجوع والمرض ياكل من اجسادهم الهزيلة يوم بعد يوم.

اخوتى واخواتى كيف ننعم بالدفء وامهاتنا واباءنا واطفالنا يفترشون الارض ويلتحفون السماء والشقوق تملا اجسادهم من كثرت الضرب عليها بسياط الشتاء القارس دون عازل او حائل.

حملة جمع ملابس دارفور حملة واسعة تشمل جميع مدن بريطانيا يقوم بها مجموعة من السودانيين المقيمين ببريطانيا الرجاء من جميع السودانيين المشاركة بالتبرع بالملابس سوى كانت جديدة او غير مستعملة او مستعملة او قديمة.

 نرجو من الجميع المساهمة فى اسرع وقت ممكن وفى مدة لا تتجاوز الاسبوعين من تاريخ اليوم 23/11/2005. كما نناشد جميع منظمات المجتمع المدنى من جاليات سودانية وتنظيمات سياسية وروابط اجتماعية واقليمية وثقافية واكاديمية ومهنية بحث وتشجيع اعضائهم بالمملكة المتحدة بالمساهمة الفعالة.

لقد قامت هذه المجموعة بكل الترتيبات الادارية من توفير لمخازن التجميع والاتصال بالمنظمات الانسانية للترحيل وضمان وصول الملابس فى اسرع وقت ممكن للذين فى امس الحاجة لها.

للمساهمة الرجاء الاتصال باحد الارقام التالية:

لندن: الاستاذ حمدى حسين 07951034058

ليدز: الاستاذ مبارك ادم  07903191358   

بيرمنجهام: الاستاذ عبدالله سليمان  07958481612

شفيلد: الاستاذ حسن الشريف 07951115644 or 07908773680

مانشستر: الاستاذ ابراهيم عشمان  07956383479   

بتفورد: الاستاذ  مبارك العبيد   07903978660       

كوفنترى: الاستاذة امل خالد ابودوشة 07931750687 او المهندس عبدالله ابوقردة07951597108     

نوتنقهام: الاستاذ سليمان محمد على   07958590862

برستول: الاستاذ مالك فضل المولى  07939994795

سوانسى: الاستاذ سيف الدين التوم بخيت  07883310625    

بوردسموث: السيد عبدالكريم نصر 07958613096 

بليمث: الاستاذ هشام ابراهيم نور  07716451213   

ريدنق: الاستاذة مريم هاشم      07859899714          

 هاليفاكس:الاستاذ مبارك هارون07737497253           

ستوك اند ترين: الاستاذ حامد ابراهيم 07958550392

قلوستر: الاستاذ عبدالخبير لسان 07984906940  

ادنبرة: دكتور عبدالرؤف ادم       07947870329

 بقية المدن البريطانيا: الاستاذ على عبدالمالك محمد   07961274074

الرجاء الاسراع بالاتصال والمساهمة كما نرجو من مسؤلى المواقع الالكترونية كمساهمة منهم فى هذا العمل الانسانى بنشر هذا الاعلان فى مكان بارز لمدة اسبوع واحد باستمرار حتى يتمكن معظم السودانيين على الاطلاع عليه والله لا يضيع اجر من احسن عملا. 

مسؤلة الحملة

المهندسة/ داليا سرالختم عبدالرحيم- لندن

07886473664

Email: daliaalsir@yahoo.com

 
                 
                 
   
                 
                 
 

Invitation to Dr. John Garang’s Memorial Service

 

Dear Sudanese citizens and friends of Sudan in UK & Ireland, greetings to

you.

The SPLM\A office in UK & Ireland wishes to inform you that, the Sudanese

Community & friends of Sudan will be gathering for a prayer service in

memory of our late leader Cdr.\Dr John Garang De Mabior, and other fallen

heroes. More information as follows:

 

Date: Sunday, 13th November 2005,

Venue: Camden Centre (Town Hall), Judd St, London, WC1H 9JE. Phone: 020 7974

5633, opposite St. Pancras station\King’s Cross station.

Time: 1pm - 8pm.

 

Programme: Arrival will be from 1pm, and the prayer service will start from

1:30pm, followed by a short break to serve food & drinks, continuing with

speeches and messages of encouragement and support, mixed with light

entertainment, etc. The event will conclude at 8pm.

We are also appealing for financial contributions to help fund the cost of

this important event. For further information, please contact one of the

following members of the Organising Committee:

 

1.                  Mrs. Yar Deng – Tel: 07958 005 693 (Chair of Fundraising

Committee),

2.                 Mr. Cosmos Wani (Secretary General of SPLM Chapter, UK &

Ireland),

3.                 Mr. Baak Wol - Tel: 07946 313 149,

4.                 Mr. Wol Ariec - Tel: 07947 996 474,

5.                 Mr. Deng Yai - Tel: 0795 647 8646,

6.                 Mr. Justin Muortat – Tel: 07951 797 413.

 

Please ensure that you arrive in good time, as it will not be nice to enter

the hall and interrupt the prayer service. Please forward this message to

all your contacts. You may also print it out, and give to people who have no

access to the Internet. Webmasters, please publish this invitation on your

websites.

On behalf of SPLM\A in United Kingdom & Ireland, we thank you in advance for

your support.

Baak V.A. Wol

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
   
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
 

 
     
     
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
   
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
   

British artist Paul Lewis, who lived and taught in Darfur in the 1980s, is organising an exhibition entitled "Art for Darfur". Showing paintings and/or photographs by Paul Lewis, Caroline Irby, Claude Irvine and Khalid Kodi, the main aim is to raise funds to support the work of Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF) in Darfur. It will take place in the period between 13th-19th September 2004 at:

54 The Gallery
Shepherd Marked
London W1

The Nearest Tube station is Green Park.

   
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

Place:  (see map below)

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
The Office of the Representative for the United Kingdom
21st Floor, Millbank Tower
Millbank
London
SW1P 4QP

How to arrive there:
By Underground:
Pimlico is the nearest station and is on the Victoria line
• Vauxhall station is on the Victoria line
• Waterloo is on the northern, Bakerloo and Waterloo & City lines
• Westminster station is on the District and Circle lines
• Lambeth North is on the Bakerloo line
By Train
• The nearest mainline stations are Vauxhall, Waterloo and Victoria
• For information about train times and fares, call National Rail Enquiries
on 08457 48 49 50 or visit www.thetrainline.com
By Bus
• Routes 3, 77A & 159 stop along Millbank
• Route 507 from Victoria and Waterloo stops on Horseferry Road
• For 24 hour bus information call the London Travel Information Line on 020
7222 1234, or visit the Transport for London website,
www.londontransport.co.uk
By Taxi
• Millbank Tower is situated on Millbank, next to Tate Britain, between
Lambeth Bridge and Vauxhall Bridge
 

For further information:

contact number: 02073519160

e-mail: a_elzobir@hotmail.com

 

 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
   

Sudan Studies Center

Stichting Instituut voor Nieuwe Soedan (SINS)

   
 

Mercatorplein 17, 1057 BZ Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Dear Sir,

The Sudan Studies Center (SINS) cordially invites you to attend the conference on:

‘Sudan’s Lost Peace and the Crisis in Dar Fur’

The conference date, location and (provisional) program are provided below.

Conference Date:               Saturday 27th March 2004

Admission:                         Free

Registration (via e-mail):     Required

Send your registration request to

Idris.m@celtel.com   and/or

Elhaga@lri.jur.uva.nl

 

How to reach Mozeshuis?

Mozeshuis is located at the Waterlooplein in Amsterdam. From Amsterdam Central Station it is reachable by Metro lines 51, 53 or 54, (Waterlooplein is the second stop from Central Station), or by tram line 9. Tram line 14 also stops at the Waterlooplein (it does not start at the Central Station though).


Conference Program (provisional)

Saturday 27th March 2004

10.00 hours    : Welcome and Coffee

10.15 -10.30  : Introduction

 Ameena Al-Rasheed

 

10.30 -11.00  : Frontier-cast ideology and depletion of natural and cultural resources in Sudan: A case of collapse of symbiotic relationship?

Mahmoud El-Zien Hamid (Ph.D Candidate, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, and former fellow African Studies Center, Leiden University)

 

11.00 -11.30  :  The Sources of Sudan’s Instability and its Future Political Order

Dr. Ahmed Fadlalla Okasha (SINS)

 

11.30 -12.00  : ´Death in Darfur´: tribal trouble or political powergames?

Dr. Karin Willemse (Erasmus University, Rotterdam)

12.00 -13.00  : Lunch

(A full lunch will be served at the Mozeshuis at the cost of 8.50 Euro per person. Please note that no food or other consumptions are allowed to be brought into the Mozeshuis).

13.00 -14.00  : To be Announced

Dr. Mohammed Suliman (Institute of African Alternative, London)

 

14.00 -15.00  : To be announced

Dr. Ali B. Ali Dinar (University of Pennsylvania)

15.00 -15.20  : Coffee Break

15.20 -17.00  : Plenary Discussion

17.00 hours    : Closing

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

Pagan Amoum Addresses the Sudanese Community

Top regards and warm greetings to you. This is to inform you that, Commander Pagan Amoum Okec, member of SPLM/SPLA Leadership Council & Secretary General of Sudan National Democratic Alliance (NDA), will be addressing the Sudanese Community in a public meeting in London – UK, scheduled as follows:

Venue: Hilton / Metropol Hotel, off Edgware Road, Central London (area code:W2). The nearest Underground stations are Edgware Road, Paddington, and Marble arch. Buses; 16, 82 etc. etc.

Day & Date: Friday, 14.11.2003.

Time: 07:00pm (1900 hours).

You are invited to this meeting, and you are hereby asked to please pass on

this important message to all those around you, who may not be in our

mailing list, and hence, we were unable to inform them directly, but who

might be interested to attend this very important meeting. Please try to

arrive early in the meeting’s venue, in-order to secure yourself a seat in

the hall, and to ensure that you do not miss any part of the briefing

thereof.  We thank you in advance for your cooperation and assistance. And

we look forward to seeing you in the meeting.

For more information, please feel free to contact Mr. Deng Yai Hoc, SPLM/A

Representative in the NDA Secretariat in Western Europe, on Tel: +44 20 7956

478 646 (Mobile).

Yours truly,

 

Baak V.A. Wol,

SPLM member, London – UK.

Tel: +44 20 7946 313 149 (Mobile)

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 

 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

programme of the annual symposium of Sudan Studies Society of the United Kingdom

The symposium will take place on Saturday 27/9/03 at SOAS (nearest tube: Russell Square - Picadilly Line, also close (walking distance) to Euston Square, Euston, King's Cross, Holborn and Goodge street. There are many busses and the closest is No 7 - last stop Russell Square)

Mr Alan Goulty (British government special envoy to Sudan) will be the discussant for the 3rd session and he will be able to update the audience with regard to the latest developments in the peace process.

Although you can register onsite on the same day, those who would like to take part in lunch are strongly advised to register by 22/9/03 as SSSUK can not guarantee lunch for those registering onsite on the day. Registration forms may be obtained by e-mail from sudanssuk@aol.com or by visiting our website and following the link to AGM and Symposium (www.dlindley.dircon.co.uk/sssuk/index.html)

SSSUK ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

Saturday 27/09/2003

Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre (BGLT)

SOAS, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

(Nearest Tube: Russell Square – Piccadilly Line)

Symposium Programme*

09:30 Registration

10:15 Session 1

Dr David Lindley - Review of Sudan 6th International Conference - Georgetown Univ, Washington DC

Dr Justin Willis - Studying Sudan: Current Research

Mrs Jane R Hogan - The photographs of Dr. John Bloss in the Sudan Archive, Durham University Library

Dr Alice Moore-Harell - Archives on 19th century Sudan

12:00 Lunch (Sudanese Food)

12:50 AGM

13:20 Session 2:

Archaeology and Architecture of Suakin

Dr Jacke Phillips - Jigsaw Puzzles

Mr Michael Mallinson- Suakin Architecture

Session Discussant: Prof Abdel Rahim Salim

14:45 Coffee

15:00 Session 3:

Ms Jemera Rone - Sudan: What is necessary to guarantee political inclusion and human rights for all in the interim period?

Dr Douglas Johnson - Can the peace process lead to peace?

Session Discussant: Mr Alan Goulty - British special envoy to Sudan

16:30 Close

* Sessions chairs and discussants to be confirmed.

Cost per person

Conference + Lunch £10

Conference + Lunch(Student with ID) £5

Conference only £3

 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

Eldindir (Sudan) Crisis Appeal Fund

 
 

Eldindir my home area in the Sudan, is facing serious crisis. Eldindir is located in the South East of the Sudan, about 400 kilos. from Khartoum. It stretches over 200 kilos from the Ethiopian Sudanese border to a place near Haj abdalla on the Blue Nile. It is a marginalised remote rural area in the Sudan that lacks basic services.

River Eldindir after which the area is named has flooded causing serious and grave destruction. About 35 villages are completely destoyed and another 30 villages are completely isolated. The river has also drowned the many orchards  along its banks as well as neighbouring farms. The affected population  is about 100,000.

The Sudanese Government in unable to reach them and a real catasrophy is now looming.

We call upon all of you to come to the help of the people of Eldindir to avert a humanitarian crisis.

Tents, covers, medicines for treatment  of  malria, gastroentritis, and  chest infections, hydration material,  food  and funds are urgently needed.


An appeal fund has been opened with Lloyds Bank TSB.

The account name: ''Eldindir (Sudan) Crisis Appeal Fund''.

Bank's sorting code and Account number: 309635 13980768.

The Bank address:

Lloyds TSB,

Carfax Oxford Branch,

PO Box 8,

1-5High Street,

Carfax,

Oxford,

OX1 4AA,

UK.

 

Thank you.

Yours Sincerely,

Mansour Y. Elagab, PhD.

Chairperson Sudan Human Rights Organisation.

Former democratically elected Member of the Sudanese Parliament and

Secretary General of the Sudanese Red Crescent/Cross Society.

 

 
                 
 

 
                 
 

Art of New Sudan

A visual Protest

The Sudanese Woman Alliance (SWA) and Amal Future Organisation , are pleased to invite you to attend the New Sudan Art Exihibition

to be presented by a well- known and award winning Sudanese artist, Khalid Kodi.

Kodi's works focus on issues of war and peace in his native country, Sudan. His images address important political and ethical issues, and capture in an innovative visual forms that are relevant to many countries in conflict and for societies everywhere.. At the beginning of the show, Kodi will give a talk (45- 60 minutes) about his works which will include slide presentation.

There will also be ample time for our guests to view Kodi's works and  buy some of the reproductions ( with affordable prices to anyone), and originals. The revenue from Sales will go to support the humanitarian activities of  SWA and Amal organisation.

Kalid Kodi is adjunct professor at Boston College in Massachusetts. His works has won several awards and has been displayed widely in solo and group inside and outside USA.

Kodi is now touring several European countries in fundraising efforts for humanitarian works. Events Title:  New Sudan Art Exihibition

Address:          

Third Ave

No 174 K

Beethoven Centre

London W10 4JL

Tube:          Queens Park Tube Station

Buses: 6 , 36 , 18

 

Date : 23.08.03

Time : 2.00 PM - 6.00 PM

Contact persons : Ali ( 07944542899)

                        Rashid ( 07894991438) 

If you have any further enquiries please reply to this

email.

"Fossaib kabna" <fossaib@hotmail.com>

Please do come to share art and refreshments.

 

SWA - Amal Future Organisation

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
   
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

Meeting on Human Rights

in Darfur, Sudan

             
 

Dear All,

You are invited to a briefing on the situation in Darfur, western Sudan, where conflict is reported to be escalating. Representatives from Amnesty International and Sudan Organisation Against Torture will provide an update on the situation. This meeting will take place on Weds 21st May at 10am in room W4.

Please find attached Amnesty's latest appeal on this issue.

Regards

Colin Robertson
 

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Colin Robertson
Co-ordinator, Associate Parliamentary Group on Sudan
Office of Hilton Dawson MP
House of Commons
London SW1A 0AA

Tel: 020 7219 4207
Fax: 020 7219 0699

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Refugee Arrivals Project is a well established and growing registered charity which assists newly arrived asylum seekers and refugees with the provision of advice and emergency accommodation.

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Client Database Co-ordinator

Ref: CDC/01

£23,748 –£24,858 Inclusive of Outer London Weighting

Hours: 35 hours per week

We are looking for a Client Database Co-ordinator to take overall responsibility for maintaining the client database and participating in the development of the database. You will also be required to manage a small team of Database Operators.

The ideal candidate will need to be able to demonstrate extensive use of databases, be computer literate with excellent communication skills. You will also have at least one year’s experience of working in a busy advice-giving environment. Negotiation skills are essential and you must be flexible and able to adapt quickly to a constantly changing environment.

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Client Database Operators

Ref: CDA/01

£18, 669 – £19821 Inclusive of Outer London Weighting

Hours: 35 hours per week

Reporting to the Client Database Co-ordinator, the successful applicant will be responsible for accurately entering client data onto the databases. Updating and producing dispersal lists in consultation with the dispersal team to strict deadlines.

The suitable candidate should have experience of databases usage as well as working in a busy advice-giving environment. Being a team player is a crucial part of this role. You should also have excellent communication and negotiation skills, to liaise with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders.

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Information Technology Assistant

Ref: ITA/03

Salary: £19,230 – £20,421 Inclusive of Outer London Weighting

Hours: 35 hours per week

We are also looking for an Information Technology Assistant to provide an efficient and user friendly IT support service to our staff across our three sites. You will also be required to support the IT Manager and Network Administrator with the maintenance and development of our IT Infrastructure.

The suitable candidate must have a minimum of one year’s experience of providing IT Support in a service environment.

You should also have an advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office products and server related technologies. For this role you should be able to provide diagnostic and trouble shooting support for both hardware and software.

Refugee Arrivals Project strives to be an equal opportunities employer.

For an application pack, please contact Bally, via e-mail:

mailto:bally.brar@refugee-arrivals.org.uk

bally.brar@refugee-arrivals.org.uk

or on 020 8607 6931 quoting appropriate reference number. 

Closing date Friday 26 July 2002.

 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

Refugee Arrivals Project is a well established and growing registered charity which assists newly arrived asylum seekers in the West London area with the provision of advice and emergency accommodation.

TEAM LEADER (Permanent) Ref: TL/02

Salary: £26, 157 - £26,880 inclusive of Outer London Weighting.

Hours: 35 hours per week

Our advice teams are working under daily pressure, processing casework within tight deadlines to serve the needs of our client group.

The Team Leader will be responsible for the management of a team ensuring that the day-to-day service provided to newly arrived asylum seekers runs smoothly, monitoring and reviewing working practices as appropriate to achieve a good standard of service.

As well as proven managerial experience, you should ideally have 3 years experience of providing advice and support to a client group, and understanding of the issues surrounding asylum seekers. You should also possess current knowledge of asylum legislation and support systems required to deliver a customer focused service.

Refugee Arrivals Project strives to be an equal opportunities employer

For application pack please contact the Human Resources Manager, via email:

ebow.Idun@refugee-arrivals.org.uk

or on 020 8607 6931 quoting reference number. Closing date: Friday 12 July 2002, Interviews in week commencing 22 July 2002.

PROJECT WORKERS Ref: PWFT/ 03

1 year Fixed Term contract

£21,177 per annum inclusive of Outer London Weighting

Hours: 35 hours per week plus unsociable hours for which additional payments are made

You will be required to provide support, advice and information to newly arrived asylum seekers.

Your duties will include the collection of asylum seekers from the Immigration Service, make arrangements for emergency accommodation, interpreter service as required and the contacting of potential sponsors within the UK.

For clients who require assistance from the Home Office – National Asylum Support Service (NASS), you will provide the necessary help with explanation of the support system and completion of application forms.

You must have at least 1 years experience in a busy advice-giving environment and the ability to deal with complex issues amongst people who may be distressed. An understanding of asylum legislation and support systems is desirable

Refugee Arrivals Project strives to be an equal opportunities employer.

For application pack please contact Sandra, via email:

Sandra.Zerkhfaoui@ refugee-arrivals.org.uk or on 020 8607 6931 quoting appropriate reference number. Closing date: Wednesday 3 July 2002, Interviews in week commencing 15 July 2002.

ebow.Idun@refugee-arrivals.org.uk

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
 

 
                 
                 
 

 
                 
                 
 

World University Service UK

Human Rights advocacy training

Free course for refugees and asylum seekers who are committed to improving human rights in Africa.

The course provides:

  • communication/ presentation

  • advocacy planning

  • media and awareness raising

  • networking

  • fund raising

- Deadline for application 20/5/02.

- Applications from women are particularly welcomed.

- Residential facilities provided for participants who live outside London

For application forms contact World University Service UK

Tel 02074 265825

E-mail hratp@wusuk.org.uk