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Posts tagged “rethinking refugee”

 
Fighting for Social Justice 
by Yasmeen Shaeik, Marketing and Business Development Assistant at ACH 
 
At the root of ACH there exists a historical precedence to the work we are achieving today as we challenge systems, tackle inequalities and fight for the rights of refugees, migrants, BME communities and the homeless.  
We are working with CodeDoor to educate refugees and migrants in coding. These under-represented groups could be the answer to addressing the skills gap within the technology industry.  
Fictional imagineering is the ability to visualise your future ambitions, and implement them into your business. By using this technique we can create a positive and sustainable future for refugees.  
BME communities in Bristol are at a disadvantage in terms of economic inclusion. The local community can change this by looking at the systems that created this issue and altering the way they do things. ACH's #rethinkingrefugee campaign encompasses these values.  
Unemployment has permanently damaging effects. How can we tackle this? 
 
Creating a 10 Year Plan 
by Richard Thickpenny, Business Development Manager at ACH 
 
In 2011, if you had told me my future would be very much focused on refugee resettlement policy, I would have probably said you were wrong. 
If you’ve just moved home, whether that’s across the country or to a new area of a city, the first thing you might think to do is get to know your local area and who lives nearby. For refugees, having arrived in a foreign and unfamiliar country, with a different culture and language, this is not the easiest task. 
Our #rethinkingrefugee campaign started two years ago, in August 2015. We take a look at how the campaign has evolved and what we have achieved so far in our mission to change perceptions of refugees. 
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