Thursday, 10 September 2009

New peer education programme for young black Men in London

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The Catalyst Project is an exciting new peer education programme at Naz Project London for young black Men aged 18-30 in Greater London.

The project focuses on improving and supporting in the personal development, health and wellbeing of young black gay men and includes a FREE accredited training course.

The course will take place during a residential weekend (25-27 September 2009) and participants will have the opportunity to discuss and gain knowledge and skills on supporting young black gay men on a range of matters including sexual health, social, cultural, and identity issues. The residential weekend will be organised around highly interactive workshops and entertaining activities.

After completing the course, participants will have the opportunity to gain additional credits through leading on projects and interventions that deliver sexual health, anti-stigma and affirming messages and support to their peers through innovative and creative means.

So if you want to:

· Gain credits through FREE accredited training

· Meet and network with new people and organisations

· Find out about more ways of supporting your friends & peers

· Lead on innovative and creative projects

· Make a positive impact in your community

……then The CATALYST Project is for you!!!!!!

If you are interested in joining the project or for more information please contact Mudia at or 0208 834 0241
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