A study about the arabic speaking participants in DRW

DRW interview report: Nine participants with Arabic as a common denominator Introduction: This report is written on the study of the first nine interviews that the Disabled Refugees Welcome project team carried out with people who speak Arabic as a native language or as an official language of the countries they come from. All interviewees … Continue reading “A study about the arabic speaking participants in DRW”

Language, an issue of accessibility

Is the communication between migrants with non-normative abilities and Swedish authorities deficient? At the roundtable dialogue number two with representatives for the Social Services Administration, City of Stockholm, Chavia Ali, field worker within the DRW project described the communication during meetings between newcomers with non-normative abilities and the Swedish authorities. Chavia is DRW’s Arabic speaking … Continue reading “Language, an issue of accessibility”

(Svenska) Monthly drop-in

Eritrean visit The 25h of April, Disabled Refugees Welcome got a pleasant surprise when 30 newcomers from Eritrea visited us. It was a good mix of people, where elderly, women, men and families with children shared a common worry – how would they manage in Sweden without support? The day started with an open dialogue … Continue reading “(Svenska) Monthly drop-in”

Coordination North

The 23rd of April, representatives for DRW participated in a network meeting with Coordination North, an important operator within the field of integration for newcomers in the Stockholm region. Among others, DRW met Josefin Daleskog who is coordinating strategist for the coordination in the north of Stockholm; this is administered by Sollentuna municipality. She told … Continue reading “Coordination North”