Our connections with Northern Ireland remain strong in 2024, evidenced by two recent visits, and it’s not even the end of February yet!
Young people’s voices
The SEND Youth Forum has been discussing mental health and wellbeing.
Talented poet and cultural history enthusiast Saleha Latif volunteered with Together As One (Aik Saath) as a young person to deliver anti-racism presentations in schools across Slough. She quickly found her calling working on heritage and cultural projects. Here, she chats to us about building confidence, life-changing projects and how TAO led her to a career at the Tate.
Aditi’s poetic tribute to our work at the 25th anniversary celebration of the founding of Together As One (Aik Saath).
A new co-produced form to help providers of youth activities meet the needs of young people with SEND.
Jovi, our SEND Participation and Engagement Officer, shares the learning from our second SEND Youth Focus Group.
Jovi shares an update on her first Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) focus group.
Say “hello” to Jovi Armotrading! Our new Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Engagement and Participation Officer.
On the eve of the 2023 Women’s World Cup, we couldn’t resist reposting “The Same Team,” a film about the power of football to bring communities together.
Refugee Week began the same year as our own organisation, and it has always held a special place in our hearts. Some years we are able to mark it innovatively or extravagantly, and in other years our efforts have been more low-key.