Swan Scotland Open Event, 23rd May: Supporting Refugees, Challenging Racism

Social Work Action Network (Scotland) Open Meeting
‘Supporting refugees, challenging racism”
Tuesday May 23rd  – Room A426f – The Govan Mbeki building, Glasgow Caledonian University  –    6-8pm
Iain Ferguson, SWAN Steering Committee: After the 2017 SWAN Conference: where next for SWAN? 
Natalia Farmer, PhD student, Glasgow Caledonian University will present her research findings on  Social Services Support for Destitute Migrant Families with ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ (NRPF)
Dundee University SWAN students, winners of the 2017 SASW Special Award for Leadership, will show their moving and powerful film recording ttheir visit to the ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais  in 2017 and discuss their activities since then.
Chair: Norah Adeyemo, Glasgow UNISON shop steward and Co-convenor, SWAN Scotland
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be served from 5.30pm
All welcome!
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