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OCES update for Autumn 2012

Over the past six to nine months the OCES has undergone some substantial changes due to the success of its work in promoting multicultural learning and support for Chinese and other ethnic communities (especially the Nepali community) in Dorset, and south west and southern England.  The OCES has in this period moved to become much more a widely respected and influential voluntary organisation that campaigns for Chinese and other ethnic communities needs (especially in the field of NHS dialogue and representation), and cultural profiling, as a campaigning and lobbying educational foundation, rather than a local multicultural group.

                    

The images above (left to right) include: a) Bournemouth University OCES officers in a supportive meeting for the launch of the Bournemouth University & University Students Union (SUBU) general culture and language exchange facility (initiated and supported by the BU Chinese Students and Scholars Association [CSSA] in conjunction with the OCES) October 2012 launch:  b) an image of the OCES simplified Chinese NHS services access information pack translated by OCES Vice-chair, Xiaojing:  c) OCES officers and CSSA President Jiang Min at the university Freshers Fair 2012, holding copies of the information pack that received funding support for printing from the LINks (NHS service users representational 'Local Involvement Network') organisation, and which is now being made available to Mandarin speaking residents and international students in the Dorset, Bournemouth and Poole area.

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