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The New Routes Youth Mentoring Project partners ethnic minority young people, often asylum seekers and refugees, aged 14 – 22, with trained local young people, to support educational achievement and promote cross-cultural friendship and understanding.
Children’s Stories from Around the World
The idea of publishing a storybook grew out of the New Routes International Friendship Group storytelling project at Marlpit Community Centre, Norwich, in the summer of 2006.
Mixed Martial Arts
INTERFACE MMA meets every Friday. The training encourages fitness and confidence while training young people to listen, to respect one another and to practice self-discipline and restraint.
International Families Club
The culturally diverse focus of the clubs builds awareness of the richness of dance, music and art from around the world and encourages cross-cultural friendship and respect.
Homework Support Club
Tuesdays 4.00 - 5.30pm
Saturdays 1.30 - 3.00pm
Volunteers support ethnic minority school children with school work and study skills.
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