We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their colour.           MAYA ANGELOU           


News at the Anglou Centre

  • Fundraising Event 13th Sept 2012
    We invited Saleema to dinner at the Marriott Hotel. She's being held prisoner in her own home. Can you attend for her?

    The Angelou Centre need your help to save the lives of Black and Asian enthnic minority women trapped in violent and abusive homes in and around Britain. Without it our centre may close and these victimised women may never find a way to safety. All we ask is that you donate £30 or £300 per table of 10. In return you will get a great seat at our special fundraiser dinne at Newcastle Marriott Hotel Gosfort Park Grandstand Suite on 13th September 2012, 7pm to 11pm. For further details and to secure your seat please contact Zeb Javed, Treasurer, The Angleou Centre, email zeb@angelou-centre.org.uk or call 07939 231996. Thank You.


    Download the Poster for the Fundraising Event


    Posted 7 Aug 2012 03:30 by Angelou Centre Aspire2B
  • From Victim to Survivor

    Therapeutic Care and Support Project

    The Angelou Centre and Safe Newcastle are collaborating to host the seminar to be held on Friday 29th June 11am to 12:30pm at Newcastle Civic Centre:

    This seminar will introduce the Angelou Centre’s Therapeutic Care and Support Project – an holistic model of advocacy and support for Black Asian Minority Ethnic and Refugee BAMER women and children victims of domestic violence from crisis intervention to longer term safety and independence and build positive lives through partnerships and multi-agency work.

    Posted 19 Jun 2012 04:17 by Angelou Centre Aspire2B
  • Destitute Domestic Violence Concession-Seminar

    Working with the new Destitution Domestic Violence Concession

    The Angelou Centre and Safe Newcastle are collaborating to host the seminar to be held on Friday 29th June 1:30pm to 3:30pm at Newcastle Civic Centre:

    In April 2012, the Home Office launched the Destitution Domestic Violence (DDV) Concession, where women on a spousal visa who are destitute and have experienced domestic violence can apply for access to public funds while they complete an application for Independent Leave to Remain in the UK.  Chaired by the No Recourse to Public Funds Campaign, this seminar will discuss the conditions of the DDV Concession and how it will impact on organisations who work with women with no recourse to public funds.

    Posted 19 Jun 2012 04:17 by Angelou Centre Aspire2B
  • Sewing Classes
    Every Wednesday 10am to 12pm sewing classes at the Angelou Centre
    Posted 28 May 2012 08:39 by Angelou Centre Aspire2B
  • New Course for Basic IT
    Every Friday 10am to 12pm Basic IT courses at the Angelou Centre.
    Posted 14 Jun 2012 07:12 by Angelou Centre Aspire2B
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