Vaccines reduce the spread of infectious diseases and even get rid of some altogether. Vaccination is the most important thing you can do to protect your community against serious illnesses When enough people get vaccinated, it’s harder for a disease to spread to those who can’t have vaccines. Vaccines are designed to prevent people from… Continue reading What are Vaccines?
COVID-19 Vaccine Forum with Dr Tolullah Oni, BAME virus expert About this Event Online forum to address and answer the concerns of the Black and Minority Ethnic communities on the COVID-19 Vaccine and whether it is safe to receive it. An opportunity to ask a leading BAME virus expert the questions you want answers to.… Continue reading COVID-19 & Vaccines Facts vs Fiction – Online Forum Event
A new project has currently started in Bexley which offers free domestic abuse training for professionals. Our training focuses on “honour” based violence and forced marriage, within this, we will cover the definition of the harmful practices, why they happen, case studies; we will show some films, legislation to support our cases, best practice, support… Continue reading Free Domestic Abuse training
In cooperation with our partner Solace Women’s Aid starting in Bexley. The project is from BAME women and girls who faced violence, offering a range of services from workshops and training to one to one specialist advocacy. Please find attached leaflet for the project.