Women’s group

Women connected

SRCF cordially invites refugee women in Southwark to join our Women’s Support Group sessions on Tuesdays. For more information or to enroll please contact the office.

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Women’s Book Club

Come together and participate in group book readings. The following is available to you:

  • An e-library using Kindles or Laptops
  • Choices of various Books, Novels and Magazines etc.
  • Meet regularly to discuss on topics chosen collec-tively
  • Self-help e-books, literature books and Electronic Dictionaries
  • Improve your language skills and brush your English
  • Meet with others and make new friends

Re-connect

The Re-connected project provides Refugee Women with an opportunity to:

  • Re-connect with friends and families at a country of origin and worldwide
  • Use Social Media to Re-connect with families and friends via Facebook, Skype or Twitter etc.
  • Create your own online social media accounts
  • One to one technical guidance and support to upload photos, videos, use chat rooms and instant messaging
  • Access to various self help resources
  • Learn how to use the Internet safely

Women’s Support Group

  • Actively engage in discussions to connect with people from multi-faith communities
  • Boost your emotional and psychological needs
  • Develop a mechanism to cope with common problems
  • Develop shared values with other multi-faith communities
  • Raise and discuss issues to develop common solutions
  • Share and exchange cultural experiences
  • Take part in an exciting and fun discussion groups

Download the Women’s Support Group flyer

This programme is sponsored by Near Neighbours Programme
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