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The first cohort for the Advice First Aid training programme took place in June (3 sessions on 13th, 20th and 27th June). The training was be delivered by Citizens Advice Wandsworth at Battersea Library This training programme sought to equip our partner’s staff and volunteers with the knowledge and skills to provide information and refer people who
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Following our Faith, Community & Mental Health Lecture Series we are pleased to announce that the videos are now live.   The Lecture Series was a great opportunity for members of our community and public agencies to come together to hear from one of our guest speakers and explore the theme of mental health in

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Teachers fear Muslim pupils are being increasingly stigmatised as a result of the government’s Prevent agenda in schools and colleges, potentially making them reluctant to share concerns about extremism, according to research. School and college staff who were surveyed for the study by Coventry, Durham and Huddersfield universities also raised concerns about the effectiveness of

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BATCA Community Fun Day 2017 Uniting our community, celebrating our diversity 12noon – 5pm Saturday 15th July Broadwater Road, Tooting, London SW17 0EU Tooting unites again at the Community Fun Day on 15th July, when we expect even larger crowds from all faiths, cultures and backgrounds to come together for a day of fun and

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AbbVie, a global research-based biopharmaceutical company, publishes a new evidence review in partnership with think tank 2020health which highlights the psychological reasons which are causing British adults to delay or avoid seeking medical attention. The new report, titled ‘The Fear of Finding Out: identifying psychological barriers to symptom presentation and diagnosis in the UK’, has

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Fear is one of the most powerful emotions. It has a very strong effect on your mind and body. Fear can create strong signals of response when we’re in emergencies – for instance, if we are caught in a fire or are being attacked.[1] It can also take effect when you’re faced with non-dangerous events,

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