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Glasgow Unity Centre Induction Day 01/03/2008

UNITY | 19.02.2008 16:18 | Anti-racism | Migration | Social Struggles

The Unity Centre has played a crucial and unique role in providing solidarity to asylum seeker families in Glasgow over the last two years. We provide friendly and desperately needed support for families when they face detention or being forcibly removed from the UK. The centre is independently run by a collective of volunteers and we share the responsibility of running the centre between us.

Outside the Unity Centre last summer
Outside the Unity Centre last summer

New volunteers are always welcome at the Unity Centre – you do not need to be an expert on asylum matters to be a volunteer. All you need is to be able to commit to at least half a day a week helping at the centre.

Are you interested in volunteering at the Unity Centre?

We will be holding an induction day/open day for new volunteers on Saturday 1st March at the Unity Centre.

The day will run through the different ways in which we try to help asylum seekers when they have been detained as well as looking at the previous ways we have helped people with housing, benefits and other legal issues.

If you’re interested in finding out what we do at the Unity Centre and how we organise things or are want to meet some of the members of the volunteer collective or are just interested in visiting the centre then please come along.

You can find out more information from our website at or phone 0141 427 7992 oe email theunitycentre [at]

Unity Centre Induction Day / Open Day
Saturday 1st March
11.00 – 4pm (bring food to share, but there are shops nearby)

Unity Centre
30 Ibrox Street
G51 1AQ

If you can't make the Induction Day but still want to get involved with Unity in Glasgow we will be having a one-day conference at the end of March - get in touch or keep your eyes open for more details.

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