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This is Glasgow Event
Over the past eighteen months, an amazing group of people have explored the legacy of migration to Glasgow through oral history interviews and heritage walks. Their hard work and inspiring stories have now been collated into a book and stop motion animation.
To celebrate the launch we are hosting a special film viewing and making the book available for the first time. The launch will include an exhibition of stunning photography by Monique Campbell who has been documenting the project.
Please join us at 6pm on Thursday 30th October at WSREC, 39 Napiershall Street. Free copies of the book will be available to take away on the night.
This is an open invitation so please pass it on. We look forward to seeing you there.
West of Scotland Regional Equality Council and Remploy are undertaking a research piece of work that is looking to understand if there is a need to improve and better support minorities with disabilities access services to help find employment and or training in the Glasgow area.
We need your help!
Could you fill out our survey,if you are:
•From South Asian background (Indian, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka)
•Over 16 years of age and of working age
•Live in the Glasgow area
•Have a physical, mental, sensory and/or learning condition that affects you day to day.
For more information please contact us.
Currently we now have a money advice surgery at our office, that runs every Friday. If interested call our wonderful office for more details.
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