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12 February 2015, 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Louise Whitfield from Deighton Pierce & Glynn Solicitors will present and answer questions on the key developments that have taken place in the last year in Public Sector Equality Duty case law.
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This seminar is supported by City Bridge Trust and London for All
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The aMASE community study is an online survey. It focuses on the barriers to accessing health care for migrant communities. The survey is open to all migrants, whether they are living with HIV or not. Information from this study will be used to help plan services and ensure that the best care is available for everyone in Europe, no matter where they come from.
ROTA is promoting this important survey of health care for migrant communities. Please encourage your members to participate in the survey.
The community survey takes around 15 minutes to complete. To take part you just have to be aged 18 or over and living outside your country of birth. Taking part will make a difference to you, your family and your community. Take part in the community study.