Opening Ceremony Event 2012

Amaal will be holding its first Annual Youth Conference ‘Who am I?’ on Monday 13th February 2012. 
The conference will be run in celebration of the opening of our new 3 storey purpose built youth and community centre from where we are currently based.

The ‘Who am I?’ conference will seek to aid young women in realising their self-worth, boost their self-esteem and confidence and create a positive self-image.  Please find attached and below poster with information for the event.

If you would like to attend as a professional or refer young women you feel will benefit please get in touch to a book a place. The conference is a free event, there are no costs for booking.

For further information please email at khadeja.begum@osmanitrust.org
The Shaathi Mentoring Project will be facilitating a Seminar on “Addressing Complex and Interlocking Needs” of Vulnerable Children and Young People.

The seminar is targeted for front line workers, social workers, teachers, youth workers, health workers and volunteers. We have a number of specialist guest speakers that will be addressing the subject from their own expertise and field of work. We expect our seminar to broaden the understanding of all those who work with vulnerable children and young people and make them more confident in their role when addressing Complex and Interlocking Needs.

The day will also include case studies, workshops, information stalls, networking opportunities and  an opportunity to see the new Osmani Centre.

This event is FREE and there are limited spaces available. If you or your colleagues are interested, or your team would like to hold a stall at the event, than please complete the Registration Form/ Stall Booking form return to shaathi@osmanitrust.org before Friday 17th February 2012.

 

Aasha Gang Mediation will be holding an event on Riots,Gangs & Racism Convention on 15th Feb 2012. We have a number of specialist guest speakers that will be addressing the subject from their own expertise and field of work. We expect our conference to broaden the understanding of all those who work with young people and make them more confident in their role when addressing Complex and Interlocking Needs.

The day will also include case studies, workshops, information stalls, networking opportunities and  an opportunity to see the new Osmani Centre.

This event is FREE and there are limited spaces available. 

We hope you are able to join us to support the work of young people and celebrate the opening of Osmani Centre.

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