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Freedom Acts - Human Trafficking & Exploitation Project 15 Jul 2015

Mid-Ulster is an area with above average levels of migration by people from ethnic minority communities. Through their work they have found the area has high levels of migrant exploitation, human trafficking and sexual exploitation of vulnerable migrants. They will work under their “Freedom Acts” programme with young people to create resources and raise awareness and address the issues they face such as exploitation. They will develop ambassadors across the community, including from schools, community groups and frontline professionals to cascade the training and promote awareness around the issues these vulnerable migrants face. This will include highlighting the dangers of exploitation so that vulnerable people will be better equipped to avoid risky situations, raised awareness of trafficking resulting in less people in danger, and migrant workers being supported in their rights so they are less likely to be vulnerable and exploited.

Promoting Financial Health and Well-Being for Migrants 30 Sep 2015

Belfast Migrant Centre supports Northern Ireland's increasing migrant populations, enabling them to access services. Many migrants arrive in Northern Ireland without the back-up of traditional structures such as families or friends. It can be difficult to rent a home, gain employment and organise utilities, particularly if no-one speaks your language. The Financial Health and Well-being programme support migrants by building skills; providing translation services, consumer and benefits advice; and, for those experiencing exploitation, by providing assistance through the justice system. This programme builds healthier and more financially sound communities.

Voices for Change 25 Nov 2015

NICEM's Voices for Change project seeks to address key inequalities for people from BME communities in Northern Ireland. Research highlights higher levels of risk of poverty for BME communities, increases in racist incidents and crimes, and inequality at a legislative level.Voices for Change seeks to act as a catalyst to amend race law in Northern Ireland, bringing it into line with rest of the UK; monitor and support the implementation of the Racial Equality Strategy Action Plan; train BME leaders; support the All Party Group on Ethnic Minority Communities; and promote local BME engagement. NICEM draws on significant and diverse engagement from the BME community and NI stake-holders.

INSPIRE 28 Sep 2016

Mothers in BME communities in mid-Ulster experience particular levels of disadvantage: lack of family members to support the arrival of children; uncertain working contracts and income; racial hostility; and stigma associated with mental health problems. The INSPIRE programme has a wide range of opportunities to support BME mothers which includes one to one counselling, education and learning, personal development programmes and wider awareness raising activity for the BME community and local health providers. As a result, BME mothers will be better informed, more resilient, better educated and there will be an improvement of the needs of BME communities in the Craigavon/ Portadown area.

BAME Intermediary Partner 23 Jun 2020

COVID19 - Migrant Centre Northern Ireland--overall aim is to tackle racism and eliminate barriers against new and settled migrant communities in NI. We work across the region of Northern Ireland and have three offices across Northern Ireland.-We aim to support the capacity of migrants to work within their communities and to empower people to respond to discrimination and prejudice.Reaching grassroots organisations with a good geographical spread throughout NI. Migrant Centre NI will distribute funding to BAME led and serving community organisations across Northern Ireland on Comic Relief's behalf.