Shared Routes is our ‘Peer Navigator’ programme, promoting the skills and attributes from within refugee and asylum seeker communities across Manchester, Tameside and Salford. It aims at training both people who are part of refugee community organisations and individuals who want to become more engaged in community work. The training will prepare people to become community peer navigators and help them to develop their skills and knowledge.
Additionally, we offer support into volunteer placements where people can put what they have learnt into practice and gain new valuable experiences. The final goal of the project is to provide refugee community organisations with skilled peer navigators to increase engagement of refugees in community work and improve the services they access. Our training follows a community asset based approach. The training content is adapted to the interests and needs of communities and will call for their input and engagement.
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If you have any enquiries regarding the Shared Routes Project, please email Randa at email@example.com