Last night Shpresa Programme, the most successful charity of Albanian community in the UK, celebrated the ninth founding anniversary at Portcullis House, Parliament Square, Westminster in London. Also it was launched the toolkit “Working in partnership with mainstream schools”, a guide to help small organisations to work with mainstream schools.
It has been nine years since Shpresa Programme was founded as a user led organisation serving the Albanian speaking community in the UK. Since then Shpresa has expanded to meet the changing needs and experiences of our community by developing further as a pioneering and dynamic agency committed to sustaining our impact and sharing our successful model of working to empower all those we come into contact with.
Keynote speakers included:
· Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP
· Denise Barrows Head of Education and Learning Paul Hamlyn Foundation
· Pascale Vassie at NRC,
· Raymonde Sneddon Researcher at UEL,
· Andy Rehling Headteacher at Mayfield school
· Marnie Freeman Trustee of Shpresa
· Esme Madill researcher and consultant
Mbrëmë në Portcullis House, Parliament Square, Westminster të Londrës u festua 9 vjetori i Shpresa Programme, organizates bamirëse më të sukseshsme të shqiptarëve në Britani.
U inagurua edhe një guidë se si organizatat e vogla si Shpresa mund të punojnë në bashkëpunim me shkollat angleze me titullin “Working in partnership with mainstream schools”.
Nikoqir të këtij përvjetori ishin: Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP dhe Denise Barrows, Head of Education and Learning Paul Hamlyn Foundation.