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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> London's Green MEP Launches Back To Earth
عدد مرات القراءة 18342006-03-02

LONDON’S GREEN MEP LAUNCHES BACK TO EARTH

London’s Green MEP, Jean Lambert boosted the London Borough of Hackney
today as she launched the exciting new dimension to the Back to Earth
Project at Hackney City Farm.

The new volunteer programme encourages asylum seekers in the area to
learn English and get involved with the local community, helping
residents to become greener and more sustainable.

Speaking at the launch Jean, who was named MEP 2005 for Justice and
Human Rights at the end of last year, spoke of the vital skills asylum
seekers can bring to the local community. Jean said; “Asylum seekers are
forced to leave their home and flee to foreign lands for a number of
reasons. When they arrive in new countries they can face a real culture
shock in a new community.

"Those seeking asylum in the UK are keen to positively contribute to our
society and do bring with them many skills. The Back to Earth Project
will really help asylum seekers integrate with their new communities and
apply their expertise to meaningful activities. By taking part in the
programme and completing sociable activities such as gardening, farm
maintenance and ecological construction they will learn new life and
language skills that can be transferred into society either here or in
their home country.”

The ESOL & Community Volunteer programme is part of a wider project at
Hackney City Farm that aims to promote local green issues and
sustainability. It is designed to help refugees, asylum seekers, young
people who are excluded from education and local volunteers. The project
is funded by the Big Lottery, Jack Petchy Foundation, Tudor Trust,
Refugee Council and Shoreditch Trust.






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