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Intercultural services

We offer a range of standard and tailor made services to assist organisations ranging from schools and refugee charities to housing associations and corporate organisations. If you dont find what you need from the list please feel free to contact us to discuss available options or creations of new service to suit your needs.

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We offer tailor made training for housing associations around issues such as: social inequality, community leadership, diversity in the community and unconscious bias.

An example of the aims for a workshop on social inequality and diversity in the community :

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Volunteers are fundamental to the work of the organisation and we are thankful of all the amazing people who have chosen to devote personal time to contribute to Interculture’s work of promoting, celebrating and supporting intercultural awareness and communication within and among local communities without receiving any economic or material compensation. We look for enthusiastic volunteers of all ages and backgrounds to join our team in a variety of roles.

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Interculture trains people working with or with a view to work with unaccompanied asylum seeking children to young people. We provide foster carers, teachers and social workers with an overview of the issues concerning unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people (UASC &UASYP)

During the workshops participants:

  • Learn about the asylum process

  • Explore why children and young people leave their home country

  • Understand the implications for asylum seeking children and YP

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Unconscious (or implicit) biases are learned stereotypes that are automatic, unintentional, deeply engrained, universal, and able to influence behavior. Unconscious bias training programs are designed to expose people to their unconscious biases, provide tools to adjust automatic patterns of thinking, and ultimately eliminate discriminatory behaviors(1).