Tag: ASHA Neighbourhood Project

Safeguarding workshops at Asha

Asha Neighbourhood Project in partnership with the West Yorkshire Police delivered a series of Safeguarding Awareness workshops for local women, service users and volunteers. The workshops empowered them with the  knowledge of their rights and local issues in order for them integrate, improve their English, improve confidence to access universal

Volunteers boost their skills with Asha

Many of black and minority ethnic women are from hard to reach communities without formal qualifications, low confidence who have never been given the opportunities to return to learning. They face barriers such as childcare, language, family members and lack of inspiration. Asha Neighbourhood Project received funding from the National

Women’s Lives Leeds empowering women and girls in South Leeds

Gurbinder has recently joined the team of Women’s Lives Leeds as a Community Engagement Worker. Women’s Lives Leeds is a group of 11 women’s and girls services in Leeds building on the strength of over 250 years of combined experience working with women and girls in Leeds. Gurbinder offers welfare

Day trip to Blackpool with Asha

Asha Neighbourhood Project has organised a day trip to Blackpool on Thursday 30 August 2018. Tickets are available for any women and children living in the Beeston & Holbeck and Hunslet & Riverside wards and cost just £2 each. A limited number of free places are available to refugees and

Boosting confidence at Northern College

Asha Neighbourhood Centre‘s Better Together women’s group members completed a three day confidence and motivation skills course at the Northern College in Barnsley. The women learned to become more confident in dealing with difficult situations and in everyday living and to have more motivation to cope and succeed. Their children