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Other HARPWEB sites
Communicate - multilingual appointment card
Local resources - UK database of important local resources
Harp Mental Health and Well-being Resource - website for health professionals involved in assisting asylum seekers and refugees
The information on this site is constantly being updated. If you have any suggestions for inclusion or comments, please let us know.
Welcome. HARPWEB consists of three websites, each developed in collaboration with health professionals working with asylum seekers and refugees in the UK. They are designed to enable you to easily access the wealth of information, practical tools, and articles that have been written by health care professionals, NGOs, academics and research bodies with expert knowledge of working with asylum seekers and refugees, both in the UK and other countries.
Explanations of the main areas of this site can be found on the left. The other two HARPWEB sites are:
Harp Mental Health and Well-being Resource is for health professionals involved in assisting asylum seekers and refugees.
Communicate - Multilingual and Multicultural Health Resources contains the Multilingual Appointment Card used by thousands of professionals in contact with asylum seekers and refugees.
All our sites continue to grow as we learn about the new research initiatives and resource materials that are currently being developed across the UK. Please help us to share these important developments by clicking the Site Suggestions link to inform us of what you are doing.
Latest Conferences & Training
Scene but unseen: Reducing the vulnerabilities of
migrant men who have sex with men to HIV and poor sexual health..
Terence Higgins Trust - two courses -
Training for migrant organisations and Training for gay menís health promoters.
Training for migrant organisations
London, Tuesday 24 June 2008
Cardiff, Tuesday 1 July 2008
Birmingham, Wednesday 9 July 2008
Leeds, Tuesday 22 July 2008
The Medical Foundation's 2007-8 Annual Review.
The Medical Foundation's 2007-8 Annual Review, 'Torture: Truths & Consequences', reads between the lines of euphemisms such as "waterboarding" and "enhanced interrogation techniques" to expose practices that are unequivocally banned as torture. ...