Norwich Integration Partnership Response to Covid-19
Read Norwich Integration Partnership’s services to refugees, asylum seekers and migrant communities in Norwich during the Covid-19 outbreak. Read here
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 3: FAO Volunteers
A few updates in light of recent developments…
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 2
We have taken the difficult decision TO STOP ALL GROUP ACTIVITIES AT NEW ROUTES AS OF TODAY UNTIL 20TH APRIL (after the Easter holidays); we have a lot of participants with health issues and believe that this is the best solution to safeguard people’s health.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 1
New Routes is currently running all sessions as normal, and providing information based on current Public Health England advice.
Calling creatives! Designer needed for Norwich Refugee Week 2020
Calling creatives! New Routes Integration is once again on the look-out for an illustrator/designer to help shape the identity of […]
February Volunteer Training
All New Routes volunteers are required to do a half-day New Communities Awareness training. For those who would like to volunteer […]
Facilitating intercultural discussion on sexual health and relationships among forced migrants conference
New Routes intern, Marigona Rasiti, on July 2019’s conference on sexual health and relationship workshops, hosted by New Routes and […]
Far From the Home I Love – Margaret Fingerhut concert
A special concert by Margaret Fingerhut, raising funds for Norwich City of Sanctuary. Sunday 17th March, 3-5.30pm, £15, at The […]
Norwich Integration Partnership receives 3 more years’ Big Lottery funding
We are delighted to announce that the Norwich Integration Partnership has received a further three years of funding from the […]
NIP International Feast
Norwich Integration Partnership International Feast – 22nd March 2018 The first event of its kind for the Norwich Integration Partnership […]
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