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  1. ACBBA

    An independent, not-for-profit enterprise development organisation established in 2004 as part of a European Union funded initiative to test new approaches to making enterprise available to all.

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  2. Ad Parnassum (Geyer Productions Ltd)

    a not for profit organisation in high end drama working with young people.

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  3. African Swahili Community Project in the UK (ASCOP-Undugu)

    Offers advice, counselling, information and support to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants particularly in the fields of immigration, welfare rights, housing, health (HIV/AIDS, mental health, tropical diseases), education, training and employment. Swahili mother tongue classes for children aged 7-14. Outings for children and people from the community.

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  4. Afro Congolese Women Organisation & Development

    Provides help, support and direction for African women in need. Services include help to get skills, qualifications, training, employment and advice. Also assists the children of African women to get education support and advice.

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  5. Alone In London

    Alone in London works to support young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, providing a range of services to support young people.

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  6. Bengali Workers' Association

    Bengali Workers’ Association was founded in 1976 to work for the development of the local communities, in particular the Bengali community. BWA provides employment and training advice, support to older people, enabling them to find out about their local services, community education such as Bengali language classes for young people, a Surma Youth Club, enabling young people to take part in a range of activities and a Welfare and Benefits Advice Service. Please visit the website for more information.

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  7. Business in the Community

    We are a business-led charity focused on promoting responsible business practice.

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  8. CAB Housebound Service

    Camden Citizens Advice Bureaux Service (CCABS) is an independent organisation and is a member of Citizens Advice (The National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux).

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  9. Camden DIP

    We instil the aspiration that everyone can change, and we don’t want people to depend on us any longer than they have to.

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  10. Camden Garden Centre

    Provides a two year paid employment (FT & PT) & Training programme for disadvantaged groups

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  11. Camden Society - Learning & Skills

    The Camden Society runs services across London and Oxfordshire. With a reputation for creativity, innovation and enterprise we generate new opportunities for people with disabilities to achieve greater equality. All our services are person-centred, supporting people to develop their lives in whatever ways they choose. The Camden Society is also a campaigning organisation. Promoting the human rights of people with disabilities in everything we do, we regularly support people to campaign on matters of local and national importance. We started as a campaigning organisation over 40 years ago. Now as a registered charity, we support over 600 people across London and Oxfordshire every week and work in partnership with more than 100 organisations such as local authorities, health trusts and other voluntary organisations. As of 2014, we became part of the Thera Group; a group of organisations that share our person-centered ethos and ideas for the future. We look forward to working with Thera to create a better future for people with learning disabilities.

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  12. Camden Town Library

    Camden Town Library

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  13. Christian Association of Italian Workers

    Enaip, the educational branch of ACLI (Christian Association of Italian Workers), has been operating in Italy, Europe and in some non-European countries in the field of vocational training since 1974. Enaip offers a wide range of services in continuing education, with the support and help of public and private institutions, both Italian and foreign.

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  14. Communities into Training and Employment (CITE)

    CITE helps people to gain employment or to increase their employability as they progress towards employment. We also help people to continue to develop their skills in the workplace and to progress to their next job. All of our services are driven and structured with job retention and job progression goals in mind, so we have two customers: the individual and the recruiting employer.

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  15. Coram Fields

    Coram's Fields is a unique seven acre playground and park for children and young people living in or visiting London.

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  16. Cricklewood Homeless Concern

    CHC is about supporting change, it is about offering opportunities for positive change.

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  17. Jobs in Mind

    Jobs in Mind supports recovery from mental health problems, which are a major factor involved in problems at work, risk of job loss and prolonged unemployment.

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  18. Kordofan Development Foundation

    Provides assistance to people of Sudanese origin with education, employment, representation, counselling, translation and interpreting services.

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  19. KX Recruit

    Vacancies from Employers across King's Cross

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  20. LAAMIGA

    Laamiga’ in Somali means pathway, and that is exactly what our programme creates – a pathway for our clients (mentees) to find more meaningful employment that unleashes their creativity and skills, and as a result, gain greater financial independence.

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  21. London Youth

    We're here to support and challenge young people, whatever their background and whoever they are, to reach their full potential.

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  22. Maximus

    Established in 1975, MAXIMUS is a global company and a leading provider to governments and corporate clients around the world. We currently employ more than 18,000 professionals to deliver health and employment services solutions and large-scale business process outsourcing capabilities. Our operations in the UK include more than 3,500 staff delivering employment, disability and health support and services to more than 1 million people a year.

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  23. Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation (MEWS group)

    This organisation was established in 2010 with the aim of overcoming the isolation of vulnerable women who suffered from domestic and honour-related violence. Since then it has been working in the local communities all over London to forge networks of female refugees, to enable them to become friends, share experiences and advice and support each other to beat isolation. With the establishment of welfare, health care, counselling and befriending services, MEWSo was able to provide these displaced women the support that the public local services could not.

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  24. Migrants Resource Centre

    The MRC offers a range of free services to support migrants, refugees and asylum seekers on their journey towards integration into their host society. By supporting them to develop their skills and understand their rights and responsibilities, we enable them to fully participate in and contribute to that society. We provide a safe place in which users are able to learn, to meet with others, to speak out for a better world and to move on feeling stronger.

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  25. Mind in Camden

    Mind in Camden is an independent charity affiliated to national Mind.

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  26. NCI Foundations Charity

    We are a registered charity setup to help the local and international community at large and help the less privileged. Another one of our main targets is within the local community and with the local borough in London at large by collaborating or setting up projects to help the unemployed, help to improve the household income and help keep a viable community. We also aim to help unemployed women back into employment and support mothers who need more awareness of avenues of support within the community.

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  27. PACE

    PACE is a grass-roots charity based in the London Borough of Camden. Founded in 2012 by a group of parents, childcare and play work professionals who came together to start a social enterprise, PACE came into being with the specific aim of developing inclusive, high quality play and childcare services and to support parents into work and training. PACE deliver a wide range of services, including after school and holiday play provision, early years childcare, overnight ‘short breaks’ for children with disabilities and mentoring services for children excluded from school.

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  28. Pascal Theatre Company

    Pascal Theatre Company registered as a Charity in 1985 and reaches out to those living on the margins in order to give them a voice. Productions have ranged from new writing locally, nationally and internationally to site-specific heritage works and continual drama workshops for the underprivileged. We have also widened from theatre to using film in our projects.

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  29. Peel Centre

    The Peel Institute is a charity founded in the 19th century, serving the diverse communities of the Islington, City of London and Camden areas of London. The Peel Institute aims to work with local communities to promote and provide opportunities and facilities for recreation, education, and the advancement of the social, economic, physical and mental wellbeing of those most in need with the aim of enabling long term sustainable improvements on significant issues affecting their quality of life.

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  30. Reed in Partnership

    Reed in Partnership exists to change people's lives for the better. Since 1998, we've helped over 115,000 people move from benefits into work. Today we are one of the largest employment and skills providers in the UK with programmes operating from our offices across the country.

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  31. Refugee Womens Association

    Our aims and objectives are to empower refugee women, promote and raise awareness of the public and decision-makers about the needs and aspirations of refugee women as well as about their positive contributions to UK society and provide a model of good practice, showing a way of overcoming difficulties between different groups and people of different backgrounds.

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  32. Richard Reeves Foundation

    The Foundation makes grants to a small number of partner organisations to help young people in our area of benefit (London boroughs of Islington and Camden as well as the City) through education and training.

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  33. Shadow Women's Centre

    Provides support to people of a particular racial or ethnic origin. Helps with education and employment, the relief of poverty, health, accomodation and housing, advocacy and advice and information.

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  34. Somali Community Development Trust

    The Somali Community Development Trust (SCDT) was established in 2002 and registered as a charity and a company limited by guarantee in 2004. The aim of our organisation is to provide help and support to the Somali community, in particular those in our community who are vulnerable.

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  35. Somali Education & Development Agency

    Employment and training information advice and guidance, job brokerage support, job search support, supplementary school for children from the age of 5-18. Parenting courses (strengthening families and strengthening Communities parenting programme), ESOL Courses up to level 3, SIA security courses, forklift courses and many other skills courses.

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  36. St Mungo's (Birkenhead Street)

    We provide a bed and support to more than 2,500 people a night who are either homeless or at risk, and work to end homelessness and rebuild lives. We support men and women through more than 250 projects including emergency, hostel and supportive housing projects, advice services, specialist physical and mental health services and skills and work services.

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  37. Tanglaw UK (Previously known as Lingap Filipino Association)

    Provides training skills for women and out of school activities for children. Other services include advocacy, advice and information, community development, employment, art and culture, science, the advancement of health or saving lives and economics.

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  38. The Minster Centre

    The Minster Centre provides professional training in counselling and psychotherapy, and a range of community-based therapy services.

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  39. Twining Enterprise (Camden IPS and Mental Health Working)

    Twining’s Camden IPS service supports local people with mental health problems to get work and keep work. Our team of Employment Specialists provide one-to-one support to help you think about what work is right for you, help you get the right job and give support to help you keep your job. Our Mental Health Working service covers the boroughs of Camden and Islington, and if you have a mental health problem, we can help with locally based employment support.

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  40. West Euston Partnership

    West Euston Partnership is a community charity working to tackle inequality in health and employment opportunities. Services for health and well-being such as HealthTrain, run at WEP's other location which is called the H-Pod, include free Yoga classes, an adult community choir and Ability Bikes in Regent’s Park, to enable people over the age of 11 with physical or learning disabilities to cycle. Employment and training services include The Job Co-op, an essential resource to help Camden residents get on training courses and find work, The One Stop Shop where people can have free access to computers, IT training, and an after school study support project.

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  41. WinVisible

    Grass-roots multi-racial group for women with disabilities of all ages, situations and backgrounds. Self help information and support, including support by and for refugees and asylum seeking women with disabilities or long term ill health. Also support and information for independent living and against discrimination. Volunteers welcome. Active against homecare charges and rationing, against violence against women with disabilities, for benefit rights and employment rights, asylum and disability, transport and many other issues. Take part in the Global Women's Strike on March 8th, International Women's Day, and solidarity action with women gas survivors in Bhopal, India. Member of the Campaign Against Care Charges in Camden (CACC)

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  42. Women in Prison

    Established in 1983 by Chris Tchaikovsky (a former prisoner) Women in Prison supports and campaigns for women affected by the Criminal Justice System (CJS). WIP is the only women-centred, women-run organisation that provides specialist services to women affected by the criminal justice system both in prison and in the community throughout England. We have bases in London, Woking and Manchester.

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  43. Youth Access

    To help and educate young people to develop their social, physical, mental and spiritual capacities so that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society, through the work, in particular, of our constituent members.

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  44. Youth Development Initiatives Organisation

    We run activities whose primary purpose is the common good, such as training for work, connecting people for studies and jobs, giving support to local ONGs. We use the methods and disciplines of fundraising activities and the power of the marketplace to advance our social, environmental and human justice agendas generally monitored by volunteering mechanism.

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