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Uniting Nations in Scotland is a community group from all backgrounds; its members work together to achieve integration into Scottish life.

UNIS was established with the aim of providing support advice and information to Refugees, Asylum seekers and Migrant workers in Scotland. UNIS promotes and progresses active citizenship and participation of the said groups by providing a forum for discussion and empowerment through facilitating informal support networks and hosting community events which help to break the cycle of stress, trauma and isolation.

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Uniting Nations in Scotland added 35 new photos.February 24th, 2018 at 1:11pm
More photos from burns night:
UNIS held Burns Night yesterday, brought the communities together to share the Scottish heritage and history. Everyone enjoyed the Scottish music, poems and dance together. Scottish and multicultural food were served, all enjoyed it , sharing and exchanging chat and cultures. It was an absolute a successful event. UNIS would like to thank everyone who took part and was involved to make this event successful and a great fun. Special thank you to CI Alastair Muir, from Police Scotland for his incredible and continued support to our vulnerable and board members, Findlay Church, for its fantastic support and empowerment , Crossing Borders for their valuable contribution and kindness, and board members, volunteers who worked hard to organize the event, Dr Tagg and her team for their fantastic Scottish heritage performances. A very big thank you to BEMIS for the funding , support and their attendance.
Uniting Nations in Scotland
Uniting Nations in Scotland added 42 new photos.February 24th, 2018 at 1:11pm
UNIS held Burns Night yesterday, brought the communities together to share the Scottish heritage and history. Everyone enjoyed the Scottish music, poems and dance together. Scottish and multicultural food were served, all enjoyed it , sharing and exchanging chat and cultures. It was an absolute a successful event. UNIS would like to thank everyone who took part and was involved to make this event successful and a great fun. Special thank you to CI Alastair Muir, from Police Scotland for his incredible and continued support to our vulnerable and board members, Findlay Church, for its fantastic support and empowerment , Crossing Borders for thrir valuable contribution and kindness, and board members, volunteers who worked hard to organize the event. Big thank you to BEMIS for the funding , support and their attendance.
Uniting Nations in Scotland
Uniting Nations in ScotlandFebruary 24th, 2018 at 1:11pm
A Multicultural Burns Supper Night will be delivered within a celebration setting including the introduction of multicultural poetry, music and Haggis Dinner (including Arabic haggis). This will enable the diverse new scots to explore and celebrate the Scottish history and celebrate Burns night in Scotland their new home. Similarly, the diverse locals will learn about multicultural haggis and share knowledge of multicultural music and poetry linking the celebration to Burns Night: the event will host 100- 130 diverse participants.
A- An outline talk regarding the history of Burns Night and Burns Poetry will be delivered by an invited guest outlining the history of Burns and celebrating Burns Night in a multicultural setting.
B- Diverse locals having the opportunity to participate, share and celebrate a multicultural Burns dinner and haggis, music, and showcasing the diverse heritage of our HOME (Scotland).
It will be open to all diverse locals to attend.
Uniting Nations in Scotland
Uniting Nations in ScotlandFebruary 24th, 2018 at 1:11pm
UNIS wishes to its members, volunteers, board members, supporters, Findlay Church , Police Scotland and everyone a wonderful Christmas.
Uniting Nations in Scotland
Uniting Nations in Scotland added 22 new photos.February 24th, 2018 at 1:11pm
UNIS ‘group, members, volunteers celebrated Christmas together. The event was funded and supported by Findlay Church. Multicultural Music and Middle East were present, and everyone enjoyed dancing together and sharing food, chat and laughter. We have had a great night and everyone truly enjoyed it. Many thanks to Findlay Church and their volunteers for all the efforts and organization that were put to make this event memorable and great fun. We wish to everyone a wonderful Christmas.