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2015 Archives - Welcome To Emconet
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Psychological support workshop on different languages

Our achievements set by our goal. Especially when we understand how our mind works! We had a very busy day on Thursday, July the 23rd 2015 at Emconet, Birmingham. People from five Eastern European countries (Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Latvia, Poland) gathered together to learn and reflect on their life purpose and think what they want in life. Galina Hartshorn, former Russian Specialist in Tuberculosis, PhD, now nurse in the UK, has lived for many years in England. She has found…


Confidence building workshop

“The best way to create own future – is to became its creator” On Tuesday 28th June 2016 the EMCONET charity organised the workshop, aimed at raising self-esteem and confidence of its clients. Women from Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Poland, affected in their past by domestic violence and abuse, gathered in Brasshouse community Centre to find out more about themselves. The aim of the workshop is to help women to explore their past experience, that held them in a low position,…


Eastern European Garden party

Summer is a best time for barbecue. On last July’ Saturday we gathered together on Eastern European Garden Party. Our friends from Poland, Latvia, Greece, Russia, England and Iran shared their food, ethnic traditions and enjoyed lovely weather in the nice British garden of one of our client. Barbecue, shashliks and ethnic food and drinks added fun and joy to a friendly atmosphere. We chatted on four languages and everybody understood each other. “I am living in the UK…