Useful Organisations

Byddwch yn amyneddgar, mae’r fersiwn Gymraeg y dudalen hon ar ei ffordd

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Race Council Cymru

https://racecouncilcymru.org.uk/

Race Council Cymru’s aim is to eliminate racial discrimination, promote diversity and equality and fostering mutual understand through arts, cultural and heritage activities.

 

 

Swansea Council for Voluntary Service

https://www.scvs.org.uk/

SCVS is an organisation that supports, develops and represents third sector/voluntary organisations, volunteers and communities in the Swansea area.

 

 

Swansea Carers Centre

http://www.swanseacarerscentre.org.uk/

Swansea Carers Centre is a specialist voluntary organisation which provides support to carers and former carers across the city and county of Swansea. They support people who care for those with an illness or disability. Also, they provide support and information to carers across Swansea by providing welfare benefits advice, access to grants and special funds, counselling service, dementia support, respite care and more.

 

 

South Wales Police

https://www.south-wales.police.uk/

South Wales Police is the law enforcement department against crimes and maintaining order. Their hate crime team works closely with ethnic minority groups in Swansea to promote community cohesion and eliminate hate crimes.

 

 

Confucius Institute, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

https://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/confucius-institute/

Confucius Institute provides Chinese language, culture courses and workshops in Welsh schools, Universities and the community. They also have a Chinese school for local Chinese children and young people on Sundays.

Useful Sites

Noddfa (Llywodraeth Cymru)

https://noddfa.llyw.cymru/

A page that helps refugees and asylum seekers to understand their rights in different aspects. The page provides multilingual online machine translation for language needs other than English and Welsh. (Please refer to English version source text for accuracy).

 

 

Gwybodaeth am y Drwydded Deledu

https://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/

TV license is essential if you watch programmes of BBC on any platform or devices. If you want to know more about this or want to declare that you do not need a TV license, you can refer to the official Simplified Chinese information here.

 

 

Gwasanaeth Tân ac Achub Canolbarth a Gorllewin Cymru

https://www.tancgc.gov.uk/cym/

Fire Services provided a safety checklist for home fire safety. They also provide FREE fire safety check for homes. 

 

 

Heddlu De Cymru 

https://www.south-wales.police.uk/cy-GB/

Official Police Online platform for anyone to report a crime online. Police will handle your report and be in contact with you (via email or phone call, depending on your preference) to follow up in 8 hours. You have to provide your personal details including; name, home address, phone number, email etc.

 

 

Awdurdod Gweithredol Iechyd a Diogelwch (Saesneg: Health and Safety Executive)

https://www.hse.gov.uk/cymraeg/abouthse.htm

The Health and Safety Executive(HSE) is a UK government agency responsible for the encouragement, regulation, and enforcement of workplace health, safety, and welfare.

 

Macmillan Cancer Support (Multilingual Version)

https://www.macmillan.org.uk/cancer-information-and-support/get-help/all-the-ways-we-can-help/cancer-information-in-your-language/chinese-traditional-cantonese

Macmillan cancer support provides physical, finance, and emotional supports for people who affected by cancers.

 

Welsh Refugee Council (Multilingual Version)

https://wrc.wales/i-am-an-asylum-seeker-or-refugee/

Welsh Refugee Council is the leading organization in Wales, promoting equality for and fostering good relations towards asylum seekers and refugees in Wales.

 

 

Neuron Disease Association(Multilingual Version)

https://www.mndassociation.org/support-and-information/information-resources/information-in-other-languages-and-formats/https://wrc.wales/i-am-an-asylum-seeker-or-refugee/

Motor Neurone Disease is such a debilitating disease that affects a person’s ability to communicate.

If you struggle with English, their MND Connect helpline or Benefits Advice Service can arrange for an interpreter to join your telephone call. If you ask, health and social care professionals may also be able to arrange for an interpreter to help you at a future appointment.

 

Useful Government Guidance for refugees (Simplified Chinese)

Guidance on Living in asylum accommodation:

 

 

Guidance on Welcome: a guide for new refugees