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Black History Month Discussion: Marriage Culture and Religion in African, Caribbean and Asian communities in Britain

Adanna Womens Support Group

Saturday, 13 October 2018 from 12:00 to 14:00 (BST)

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BARKING AND DAGENHAM BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATIONS!!!

The Great Discussion – Marriage, Culture and Religion in the African, Caribbean and Asian communities

Is the clash of the African/Asian & British culture and religion to blame for the disintegration of the African/Asian family?


 

The Adanna Women’s Group would like to invite you to attend our important discussion/debate as part of the Barking and Dagenham Black History Month celebrations.

 

Date: Saturday, 13th October 2018

Venue: Dagenham Library – Heathway, 1 Church Elm Ln, Dagenham RM10 9NR.

Time: 12:00pm – 2:00pm

 

For most individuals, religion and culture affect their daily lives and their relationships. Whether you pray to God, Jesus, Allah, Jehovah, Buddha or anyone else is entirely between you and that entity. Despite the personal nature of religion, it is an issue that many couples struggle with on a repeated basis.

This event will be a discussion/debate about the impact of different cultures and religions on making or breaking marriages – how partners are viewed within the relationships, how the “African family” is under increasing pressure, and much more.

Is the clash of cultures and religions imported from Africa responsible for the rise in African families break ups, knife crimes amongst African youths, and children being taken into social care?

 

Speakers will include religious leaders, social workers, youth/teenagers, family support workers.

 

Please join us and share your experiences and let’s learn how to improve your relationships in our communities!!!

 

 For more information and register, please contact:

Tel: 07906343 050

Email: adannawomensgroup@gmail.com

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Dagenham Library
1 Church Elm Lane
RM10 9NR Dagenham
United Kingdom

Saturday, 13 October 2018 from 12:00 to 14:00 (BST)


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Adanna Womens Support Group

Adanna Women’s Support Group is a community support group which was established in 2008.

We aim to alleviate poverty in women and children through advice, advocacy, educational activities, business enterprise and support for the benefit of mainly (but not exclusively) BAME women, women from immigrant communities and young parents living within the East London area of Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge, Newham and Walthamstow. We also provide advice on relationship issues, careers, entreprenuership and financial education for disadvantaged communities to enable them to alleviate poverty and participate more in society.

 

Our aims are;

  • To help and empower parents to develop confidence in bringing up their children, achieving their personal goals and sustaining positive and healthy relationships through taking time-out to recharge and develop themselves with likeminded people

  • To help and empower women to cope with major life changes such as divorce, redundancy, child birth, etc.

  • To build relationships, personal development and women helping and supporting each other.

 

 Our vision: is to live in a world where women feel and know they are able to achieve whatever goals they want in life and there are networks of other women to support their journey so they are never alone.

 

 

 

Our Mission: empowering women to be their best

 

 

 

We organize;

 

  • Educational and informative talks/discussions on empowering women in child rearing, personal health and development, etc.
  • Information and advice on a range of issues such as self employment, employment, further education, work/life balance, money management, etc.
  • Social family outings and events
  • Pampering sessions for mums

Children are welcome as separate childcare facilities are available using registered childminders.

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