The date of the first Immigration drop in clinic is now Friday 1st May, between 2-4pm on Level 2 of the Civil Justice Centre.
Going forward this clinic will operate on the first Friday of each month.
Zimbabwe Association meeting – Saturday 27 September 2014 – Manchester – St Peter’s House, Precinct Centre, M13 9G11
The next meeting of the 12 Years Research Project – 1.30 pm
Speakers will include: Sarah Harland, Salome Nkiwane and Pythias Makonese
If you are interested in being involved in the 12 years project either as an interviewee, or in learning about putting on events, or in helping with the actual exhibition as a steward – please get in contact!
Supporting the Rights of Undocumented Migrants Event: The Routes to Irregularity and No Way Back.
The Migrants Rights Network is holding a free event to provide attendees with information and advice on how best to support undocumented migrants, asylum seekers and refugees. There will be a question and answer session where you may raise your concerns. Free food and entertainment is also provided.
When: Wednesday, 16 July 2014, 14:00 to 19:00
Where: Central Hall, Oldham Street, Manchester
To book a place or for more information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07961 644443 to reserve your place.
ZA Coordinator spoke at MDC meeting in Manchester, 14 December 2013. See website https://sites.google.com/site/mdcukandirelandnorthdistrict/branches-and-officials/manchester and article http://www.changezimbabwe.com/.
Community Arts North West present HEART’S CORE
A glimpse into the HEART of REFUGEE WOMEN’S lives
Saturday 15 June – 2 pm, 3.30 pm, 5 pm, 6.30 pm, 8 pm
For further info: tel: 0161 234 2975 or http://can.uk.com/
NACCOM conference on 27 April
The National NACCOM conference is at Brunswick Parish Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester M13 9TQ on Saturday 27 April 10.30 to 4.00. It will be a day to inspire, challenge and equip you to put an end to destitution in the UK! The cost is subsidised by the Homelessness Transition Fund and is £10 including lunch (£5 unwaged). Those with no recourse to public funds can come free as long as they are key volunteers in an accommodation project (maximum 2 per project, total maximum 20). If you have any queries contact Dave Smith on 07800 589937 email@example.com
Zimbabwe Association members at International Women’s day events, March 2013
Mai Maravanyika visits Manchester on Saturday 9 February and speaks to MDC Manchester about the work of the Zimbabwe Association (Click on heading above for photos)
Zimbabwe Association Manchester meeting
Date: Saturday 22 September 2012
Venue: Canon Hussey Community Centre, Islington Way. Off Chapel St, Islington, Salford M3 5JB
Time: 3 – 5.30 pm DROP IN MEETING
(12 – 2 pm Advisory Committee meeting)
Zimbabwe Association Manchester
Please come to the meeting on SATURDAY 5 MAY 2012 at 2 pm (prompt) if you are interested in being actively involved in ZAM, see link ZAM 050512 Agenda and ZIMBABWE ASSOCIATION MANCHESTER _final-constitution_
Summary of meeting:
Zimbabwe Association Manchester (ZAM) was founded as a local group on 5 May 2012 to focus on needs of Zimbabweans living in poverty in Manchester and for community development. It was agreed that there should be monthly meetings for members and the committee would meet fortnightly at a free venue.
The proposed Constitution was adopted and membership fees agreed; ZAM will work with Manchester Refugee Support Network (MRSN) who have offered free space for meetings
Committee elected as follows:
Chairperson – Patrick Sibanda
Secretary – Linda Zvabva
Treasurer – Delina Bure
Committee members: Perkins Chauruka, Thomas Date, Tongai Kapinga, Allen Madombwe
For contact details of ZAM Manchester please call the ZA Office
Zimbabwe Community Consultation – Manchester – 14th January 2012
To be discussed:Zimbabwe Diaspora Focus Group 2011 Annual Review Community Interest Initiatives The Zimbabwe debt situation campaign drive Update on HTA – Home Town Association Portfolio Reports Update