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KEEN London Localo Offer Flash

KEEN London is a registered charity that runs free weekly sports and recreation sessions for children (aged five and up) and young adults with learning, behavioural and physical disabilities.  Each child is paired with a volunteer coach who can provide individual attention and care. We provide…

KIDS SEND Mediation Service Localo Offer Flash

KIDS SEND Mediation Service is an independent mediation and disagreement resolution service, which is free of charge for parents/carers and young people. Our service helps to settle disagreements between parents or young people and local authorities and schools or other education providers. These disputes are…

Kidz Unlimited Localo Offer Flash

Kidz Unlimited coordinates Ambassador Clubs where young disabled people can meet and learn new skills. The nearest clubs for Islington residents are in Haringey and Tower Hamlets.

The Kiran Project

Provides safe, temporary accomodation for Asian women and their children escaping domestic violence. Also provides advice, outreach work and resettlement support.  

Kith and Kids Localo Offer Flash

Kith and Kids aim is to empower families living with disability: to provide support for the whole family; to seek information about, or help with educational, medical, or social issues; to organise weekend and holiday projects for our members; to ensure representation for families and…

KMEWO, Kurdish and Middle Eastern Women's Organisation in Britain

Coronavirus update: In accordance with Government Guidelines, KMEWO had to re-arrange the ways services delivered in order to prioritise both staff and client’s safety. While it is essential to continue providing support services to vulnerable women and girls from the Kurdish, Middle Eastern and North…

Kurdish Children and Youth Centre

The Kurdish Children and Youth Centre run weekend classes and fun activities at Manor Gardens.

Latin American Women's Aid (LAWA)

Latin American Women’s Aid runs the only two refuges in Europe by and for Latin American women and children fleeing gender-based violence. We also offer holistic and intersectional services, providing everything a BME woman needs to recover from abuse and live empowered lives. These include…

Latin American Women's Rights Service

Latin American Women’s Rights Service (LAWRS) offers advice, advocacy, information and counselling services to Latin American women living in the UK. LAWRS provides information, casework support and advocacy on housing, money and debt, employment and access to welfare support. ESOL classes and targeted training is…

Leap Confronting Conflict, Youth Programmes

Leap offers a range of youth programmes including a Peerlink, a National Peer Mediation project, Quarrel Shop, an accredited Conflict Resolution Programme. All Leaps' programmes offer young people training in conflict resolution, peer mediation and facilitation skills. We also offer adult training conflict resolution for…

Learn English in Islington, Esol

 Weekly advice sessions: West Library, Bridgeman Road, N1 1BD, Tuesdays 10am; Mildmay Library, 21-23 Mildmay Park N1 4NA Tuesdays 12.30-1.30pm; Archway Library, Hamlyn House, Highgate Hill, N19 5PH, Wednesdays 2pm; Finsbury Library, 245 St John Street, EC1V 4NB, Fridays 10am. Advice sessions run from September to July each academic year. There are no advice sessions during school holidays.
Do you want to learn to speak English? (Esol) To join an English class, come to one of the free ESOL advice sessions below. A teacher will check your English speaking, listening, reading and writing and then help you to find a class that fits…

Leighton College Localo Offer Flash

The Leighton College, based in North London, provides a two year further education course for 16-25 year olds with mild to moderate learning difficulties leading to Ascentis Awards in functional development and employability. The course runs from September to July and includes literacy, numeracy, IT, cooking, creative therapy,…

Licensing of Children in Entertainment

It is against the law for a child to take part in performances for television, radio or film, or in sport or modelling work in circumstances where payment is made to the child or to someone on their behalf, unless they have a licence to…

Light Project Pro International

Coronavirus update: Light Project Pro International is running a foodbank for local residents on the Bemerton and Barnsbury estates. You do not need to register beforehand, just turn up. When? Wednesdays 10:30-12:30pm – bring your own bag. Where? 1st Floor Orkney House, 195-199 Caledonian Road N1 0AF…

London Dial-A-Ride Localo Offer Flash

Dial-a-ride is a multi-occupancy door-to-door transport service for disabled people who cannot use buses, trains and the Tube. It can be used for all sorts of journeys, for example shopping, visiting friends and family, doctors and dentists appointments and going out at night. Dial-a-Ride is…

London Taxicard Scheme Localo Offer Flash

The London Taxicard Scheme allows people with disabilities living in London to travel in London's licensed radio-taxis ('black cabs') at greatly reduced fares. Taxicards are only issued on the grounds of mobility. How does it work? The table below shows what you pay for a…

Maa Shanti (Formerly Asian Women Lone Parents Association)

Coronavirus Update  Maa Shanti is currently running the following services:  Providing support to single Asian mums via the phone and WhatsApp with staff who are able to speak Bengali, Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi. They are setting up groups via WhatsApp with the aim to provide live workshops such…

MahaDevi, Roberta Sumar Yoga Centre Localo Offer Flash

Yoga for the Special Child, is a unique therapeutic yoga method that has changed the lives of countless children with special needs around the world. The program was pioneered by Sonia Sumar who had a daughter with Special Needs herself.  Sonia designed this method in…

Manor Gardens Welfare Trust

Coronavirus Update Manor Gardens Welfare Trust is currently providing the following services. Emergency provisions. To make a referral please contact MGAssistance@manorgardenscentre.org. Food packages will be delivered on Wednesdays.  Wellbeing support. A menu of opportunities are available, including welfare checks, telephone befriending and counselling. You can make a…

The Maya Centre

Women's counselling centre (formerly Islington Women's Counselling Centre), offering free counselling, therapeutic groups and a culturally sensitive service to women who are in mental or emotional distress. The Centre runs projects to provide counselling for refugees and asylum-seekers, for Irish women, older women and women…