On this page you will find a series of links which can direct to you support, advice, answers or facts from reliable sources –
Reimagining the Future in Older Age Ceative Toolkit <-Click here
NHS INFORM – COVID related in Punjabi language
Follow this link to find information about Coronavirus in Punjabi translation – you can find information about the virus, common questions asked with answers, guidance on staying at home, physical distancing, sheilding, testing and more;
Follow th link below to see guidance on self isolation (english) this link will also direct you to other languages;
Punjabi Translation of Flu Vaccine Message
This year can be said to be the most important to get the #fluvacccine because of #COVID19
Here is our Director Trishna Singh working with nhsinform.scot/flu with the Punjabi translation so the message can be reached further 💜
Do You Want a KINDER EDINBURGH?
Everyone has compassion; we are born with it and it calls for us to notice suffering in ourselves and others and to take action to alleviate it. We want to integrate compassion in to our city and we would like you to join us.
<- Click here to find out more about Compassionate Edinburgh
Guidance for places of Worship
As of Monday 22nd June 2020, many Gurdwaras will be able to reopen for individual prayer or contemplation, subject to physical distancing and hygiene safeguards since the lockdown was implemented earlier this year.
Please see below the recommended guidelines in support and in safety when visiting –
For an easy to follow guide please see here –
Guidelines for Individual Prayer within places of Worship
The full guidance can be viewed here:
UPDATE: Anand Karaj is now subject to 15 people limit
The UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020. This process is often known as ‘Brexit’ and we are now in a transition period that’s will end of December 2020. This means the UK is currently still following EU rules. In January 2021 the transition period will end and our new relationship with the EU will begin. There will be effects on some areas of life in Scotland. EU citizens currently living in the UK will have to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme by 30 June 2021 if they want to keep living in the UK after this date. Follow the link below for further information;
WORDS of SUPPORT from FIRST MINISTER
Interfaith week 2020
Follow the link below for access to a toolkit to support employers in recruiting from minority ethnic communities.