Who is it for?
This programme is for Scottish refugees in the Glasgow area who would like to build on their existing leadership skills, develop their resilience and become key leaders for their communities.
This programme is for people who...
- Have the experience of being a
- Represent a group/organisation with a
goal to support refugees and/or asylum seekers
- Are interested in developing their
leadership potential so that they can assume a leadership role in Scotland (e.g. as a working group or core group chair or executive
- Are committed to participating in the
entire year-long learning programme; and
- Have a strong professional work
history that demonstrates increasing development of skills and increasing
- Have expressed desire and passion for
exercising leadership in their community
If you still have questions, please have a look at the notes below from our previous Q&A sessions:
Please note that all sessions will run from 9.30am-3pm sharp, but you are welcome to arrive at 9.15am for a hot drink and to get settled in.
11 & 12 October
Where: Glasgow Central
Cost: No cost, programme is fully funded by the Foundation Scotland. Lunch and refreshments are included.
Overview: Click the bubbles below to view the programme overview.
This course was an excellent opportunity to test my experiences against
leadership theories and frameworks. Creating an environment in which people
feel like they are a part of something bigger than themselves is your
responsibility as a leader. But before we stand out we should be clear on what
we stand for!" Tandy Nicole Matikiti from Govan Community Project, Code
Your Future, MIN Voices Group and Refugees for Justice
Your facilitator for this programme will be Roy Clunie. Roy supports the Social Enterprise Academy Scotland as an Associate Facilitator, facilitating programmes on Leadership and Enterprise in Scotland, Africa, Asia and Europe.
Elsa Vibert | email@example.com
The programme will be delivered by the Social Enterprise Academy in partnership with the Scottish Refugee Council. It is fully funded by Foundation Scotland and supported by the Scottish Government and Glasgow City Council.