"In order to treat me equally,
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BACP Whaimana Whaimana,en

Ko tenei kaupapa he waahanga putea mai e te EU Asylum,,en,Moni Whakawhiti me te Whakauru Takitahi,,en,He pai ake te whakahaere o te heke ki te Rawhiti o Europi,,en, Migration and Integration Fund. Making management of migration flows more efficient across the European Union.

He aha E Hiahiatia matou

I roto i 2000, te Black, me te tokoiti Ethnic (BME) taupori o Hull i pā ana ki te 3%, i ngā te taupori University. I te wa (Kia 2016) he tata 12% i te mea he hua tere. One reason is that Hull became a dispersal city for asylum seekers through the Ratonga Tautoko Asylum National(NASS). Hull has also elected to become part of the UNHCRGateway Protection Programme whereby refugees come to the UK as part of Britain’s international agreement and there is also a City o tapu interest group in the city. Kua piki ake te tokomaha o te iwi i te tukuna ki te kaupapa i runga i te tino tau whakamutunga, me ki te hua o te hapori BME whakaturia ki te tupu noa atu i roto i te Hull e titau tatou i te tere o te tuku ki te kaupapa ki te whakapiki ake i ara ake. Take ta e kua te Project Haven ki a kei te haere tonu ki te mahi ki te hunga:

  • Tangihanga
  • Motuhake
  • Whakamamae
  • Rape
  • Whētuki
  • Risk Suicidal
  • Hononga Parent / tamaiti
  • Rärangi i moe tahi
  • Uauatanga Child / kura
  • Trafficking
  • Pakanga i roto i te hapori
  • Te whakawhiti ahurea

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