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    Job advert

    Global Link is seeking an empathetic, but assertive, part-time Health Advocacy Support Worker to support asylum seekers and refugees access both mental and physical health services, and encourage participation in health and well being activities in the Lancaster District. Click here for the Job description and person specification The…

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    NW migration heritage

    Global Link leading new project on NW migration heritage We are delighted to have been awarded a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund for a new three-year project documenting histories of migration in and out of the Northwest of England. Migration Stories NW involves four other regional partners:…

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    Launch of Learning from the Past online exhibition!

    Launch of Learning from the Past online exhibition! We were excited to launch our online Learning from the Past exhibition at a special event on 25 February, in partnership with Lancaster City Museum.  The exhibition brings together the outputs from our Erasmus+ peace heritage project to tell a story…

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    Learning from the Past peace heritage exhibition

    Learning from the Past peace heritage exhibition The ongoing Covid crisis means that our final Erasmus+ project exhibition at Lancaster City Museum has been postponed for now – but the good news is that, in partnership with the Museum, we will be launching a virtual version of the exhibition…

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    New Learning from the Past films

    New Learning from the Past films LFTP partner, Mi-Gen, has created two short films about Global Link's Erasmus+ peace heritage project with 3rd Parbold and Dalton Girl Guide Unit. The project, co-funded by the National Heritage Lottery Fund and the Ragdoll Foundation, took place at the end of 2019,…

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    Escape to Safety soundtrack

    Escape to Safety soundtrack We have completed our latest Escape to Safety soundtrack which you can listen to here, without the experience of walking through the 8 exhibition spaces which represent the stations on the refugee journey. You will follow in the footsteps of three refugees in Lancaster, one from Eritrea, one…

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    Lancaster’s First Online Refugee Week Celebration

    Lancaster's First Online Refugee Week Celebration This year, because of the lockdown, Global Link hosted a celebration of Refugee Week online, with asylum seekers and refugees sharing videos and podcasts they had made in English.   48 people of all nationalities, and some who had left Lancaster, attended the…

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    Refugee Week Celebration Event

    Refugee Week Celebration Event Refugee Week is celebrated each year in the UK in the third week of June. It is an opportunity for us to celebrate the contributions refugees make to UK society, culture and economy, as well as to challenge racism towards refugees, and raise social issues.This…