Here you will find our Constitution, meetings/minutes, and Annual Reports.
Central and West Integration Network was established in 2009 and aims to work with individuals, community groups, voluntary and statutory agencies to support the needs of refugee, migrant and minority ethnic communities and promote cross-cultural understanding, equality and social inclusion. Member organisations and individuals work together to coordinate services, to raise awareness of the issues and to build bonds and links within and between our diverse communities.
The Network has worked in partnership with others to carry out activities. These includes
- Drop in services
- Youth work activities
- Adult learning classes
- Baby and infant music classes
- Women’s groups
- Outreach work in schools and
- Health related activities
The organisation also runs other programmes including
- English for Speakers of other Languages (ESOL) classes
- Destitute food programme for asylum seekers
- Advice clinic in partnership with CAB
- Allotment project
- Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Legacy programme
The Network provides direct service to groups including funding, capacity building, information, advice and signposting. Our weekly information bulletin keeps members informed on a number of topical issues including training, events, funding and member organisations’ information shared. We have also worked in partnership with others to organise a number of events to raise awareness of health and social issues including 16 days of Action for the Elimination of Domestic Violence, International Women’s Day, Refugee Week, Black History Month, health information and awareness day.